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  1. laurs417

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    I don't know if this is in the right area but if I drop and crack my phone, will verizon replace it?

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    That depends on if you pay for insurance, and if you do, you'll still have to pay a deductible.
     
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    Oh sorry I should have posted already. The main reason for this post is the 3 numbers. Please just disregard the stupid question.
     
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    I thought the question was odd, and the numbers too.
     
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    So what's the story with the numbers.
     
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    So what is Google Voice, and why do you need an invite for it?
     
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    Thanks, I was only slightly interested. But not enough to look it up. I only asked because there was a topic about it.
     
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    But wouldn't it be quicker to do a google search rather than reply to a topic and wait for an answer?
     
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    Maybe quicker, but not easier. I did google it which gave me a bunch of links, but I figured a brief explanation here would save me from reading a few minutes about it.

    From what I did read, it seemed like a hassle about getting a new phone number for calling and texting. I don't see why I'd want to deal with multiple numbers when I have unlimited everything on the one I already use.

    Thanks for the help guys.
     
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    It has a great voicemail feature, plus the screening/blocking is very useful.

    I like it because it makes me feel cool.
     

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