Re: CHAT: postcodes (and hurricanes)
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 24, 2002, 17:09|
En réponse à "Douglas Koller, Latin & French" <latinfrench@...>:
> What I originally wanted to say, though, was that in Japan, you took
> your phone number with you. You were considered to have "bought the
> line", so if you moved from Kagoshima to Sapporo, it didn't matter;
> your phone number stayed the same, rendering the notion of the
> "exchange" rather moot. Now *that's* convenient. I've heard that we
> have the technology here in the good ol' US of A and that you *can*
> do it, but I've never heard of or seen it being done.
IIRC you can do that in Holland too, at least as long as you don't move out of
your prefix zone.
As far as I know it's impossible to do in France.
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