Shortage Problems Will Be Addressed With 855

Government officials and telecommunications insiders agree that say something needed to be done to offset the problem of depleted supplies of available toll free telephone numbers. But will this mean a possible rationing program and a tougher crackdown on the burgeoning black market? Attempts to profit from the illegal sale of 800, 888, 877 and 866 numbers are in response to rapidly dwindling supplies. As with any commodity in high demand, a black market for toll free numbers has emerged. Some feel that rationing may just make the problem worse. The answer is the 855 toll free numbers which will bolster supplies and help the industry and subscribers.


Major Toll Free Providers Switch to Fiber Optic Lines

As the use of toll free phone service grows at record rates, the popularity of fiber optic toll free service is now far exceeding that of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service.

In fact, recent news reports indicate that many companies are dropping VoIP systems and replacing them with fiber optic service, the most advanced technology available.

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