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    • InterLATA

      InterLATA

      An InterLATA or long distance call refers to a telephone call made between two separate LATAs. LATA (Local Access and Transport Area) is a term used to describe the area that a local telephone company manages. Markets, rather than geographical areas, define LATAs. Therefore, LATAs can cross over state borders and use multiple area codes.

    • How to Block Incoming Calls

      How to Block Incoming Calls

      Blocking incoming calls can sometimes be quite important for many reasons. Someone may be troubling you over the phone, harassing you, giving blank calls and you just want to avoid a specific person. A simple way to do this is to block an incoming call of a specific person. That is, whenever that person calls

    • How to Fool Caller ID

      How to Fool Caller ID

      Caller ID is a telephone service that provides the caller’s phone number and name to the receiver. This data is either displayed on the phone itself or on a caller ID box that is attached to the phone. Most phone providers charge a small fee for this service. It helps people to identify prank callers,

    • How to Dial a DSN Number

      How to Dial a DSN Number

      DSN stands for the Defense Switched Network which is a global phone service used by the United States government capable of both non-secure and secure communications. Traditionally, the DSN network has only been used for voice communications, but in the past decade data and video service have been incorporated into the network through Integrated Services

    • How to Activate a TracFone

      How to Activate a TracFone

      TracFone is the 6th largest mobile network operator in the United States. It allows its customers to purchase airtime usage when they purchase phones that companies like Nokia, LG, and Motorola make. A TracFone customer has to activate the cell phone before using it. It can be activated via the TracFone website or TracFone customer

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