411 database

411 database

Post by Roger Elmo » Wed, 26 Jan 2005 20:39:50

Around 6 months ago our University got its own office code of 881, and
the local CO was forwarding the 3K old 587-xxxx numbers to the new
881-xxxx. That's stopped. I previously got through to Verizon and
managed to get most of the 411.com listings changed before the
forwarding ceased. I can call our local 555-1212 and get the correct
881 listing. But when I call 1-411 they still give out the 587-xxxx
number and I have management telling me to get it straightened out.

Any ideas who to contact? Thanks in advance!
Roger Elmore
UTM Telecommunications

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as possible.

Thank You

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