Toll Free Helps North Carolina’s Needy

On March 5, volunteer attorneys in North Carolina will use toll free phone numbers to provide free legal information from six call-in centers across the state. The statewide service project is linked to the NCBA’s 4ALL campaign to provide legal aid to the poor. Residents of all 100 North Carolina counties are encouraged to participate through a network of seven toll-free phone numbers. It seems that every month new ways to help connect to the needy and disadvantaged are found through toll free phone service.

What is Bill 1779?

This article on House Bill 1779 is an interesting one. It really reveals some underlying information in our government that needed to be brought to light. Check it out here.

800 Numbers Less Available than Ever

Telecommunications experts recommend that anyone wishing to obtain a toll free number secure one immediately. There are an average of 8,000 new toll free numbers registered each day. With a limited number of numerical possibilities, the supply is nearly expended. Advisors say the most effective and affordable way to obtain a toll free number before supplies run out is to contact a reliable toll free service provider.

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