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Cancelled E-Mail

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Registered: ‎08-03-2008

Cancelled E-Mail

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I just cancelled my landline because for the past 3 months I've had so much noise on the line that my phone was virtually rendered useless.   They checked the lines and said they found no problem, however they agreed they could not hear me over the noise on my line and called me back to talk via my cell.  Any hoot after 3 months of this, I finally cancelled.   That's not the problem.  The problem is, when I did they disabled my email even though I still have FIOS internet and t.v.   How's that for a kick in the head.   If I had known I would have written down my contact addresses, now they're lost - I'd write them to get them and give them my new hotmail address, but, oh ya, I don't know them.  Bottom line is, write stuff down - computers were suppose to help go paperless, but hey where do you keep a backup except on paper.
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