Finding local phone number for access
Below are the links to find what phone exchanges are local to you. You are responsible to be sure the call is local or you will be responsible for the toll charges. We are NOT responsible for your phone charges. If you need assistance contact our help desk.
We have many locations to serve you. For the best performance we recommend dialing the access number that is the shortest distance from the number that you enter.
Before you use any dial-up number for Internet access, you must contact your local telephone service provider to verify if the number in question would be a toll-charge call for you.
You can reach your local operator by dialing "0". Let the operator know the telephone number that you are dialing from and the number that you are dialing to. The operator will then verify whether or not the number is a toll-charge call for you. We have found times the operator did not know or was not familiar with an exchange.
If you're located in Ohio then you can check for local exchanges that are local calling on the PUCO web site. Just enter the area code and exchange of your phone and the area code and exchange you want to call and it will tell you if it is a local number or a toll call.
If you are in or calling an SBC exchange then you can use their local calling web site to see what exchanges are local.In other areas there is a web site that has a lot of technical information but is not as easy to use. You can goto Local Calling Guide, type your area code in the box labeled NPA: and your local phone exchange in the box labeled NXX: then click on submit. The next page should display your area code and exchange in the column NPA-NXX The next page will display the exchanges local to you. We can not verify the accuracy of this information but it has proven true in the tests we have used on it.
It is your sole responsibility to verify this information. We are not responsible for any charges you may incur.
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