Below are all of my telephone numbers. These numbers all have a role to do, and a purpose to serve.
+1 412 682 9751 [Pittsburgh (PA) US]
+1 412 460 4589 [McKeesport (PA) US]
+1 613 777 7475 [Kingston (ON) CA]
+44 20 3514 0064 [London UK]
+61 2 9191 6481 [Sydney AU]
*462 17772603465 [Callcentric via SIP Broker]
Fax: +1 412 415 7244 [Fax]
The [Cellular] Number is the phone line I carry and pay for every year. This is the number that is on my contact cards, and the number in my .vcf file. Also, all of the professionals has this number in case they need to reach me. People who I want to keep in touch with will have this number. Since this number is in all of my contact resources, it is a very public number. Therefore, I don’t have issue with people having this number.
The [International] Numbers are available for those that will wish to call me, but lives outside of the US. All [International] Numbers rings to a SIP client on my phone. The [International] Numbers do not support SMS/MMS. Instead, you would be able to call the numbers, and reach me in a manner that is best to my needs.
Faxes is as the name implies are for fax communications. In my instance, the fax received is converted into a .pdf file, and emailed to me. I can then choose to print it, or do with it as I see fit. Incoming faxes are at 5¢ per page.
I do have a +1 914 telephone number. This telephone number is in my registry contact information. Since I must have a telephone number in my contact information, this number goes straight to [Voicemail]. The reason, is 9 times out of 10, it is an unethical or a scam company trying to “sell” me their services.
Last, I have a [Pager] Number which is only given to select people. If the event their is an important issue they need me for, but I am not answering the phone (usually due to pain), then the pager will let me know that it’s important that I return their call. There are obvious reasons why I don’t disclose this number, and the page will be sent to an app on my phone.