We’re all entitled to our own opinions, but we’d also argue that a number is just a number.
It’s not as important as its location and it’s hard to see a good reason why the number you choose should be anything other than the one you’re given.
So why should your phone company give away your number when it doesn’t want you to?
Gmail and other online services are known for giving away their customer care numbers, but this isn’t limited to the mobile phone industry.
A recent study found that a whopping 86% of US households have at least one phone number.
This is an incredible number of people who have access to a service that’s free, but the vast majority of people are not.
There’s no point having a number if you’re not using it, even if you don’t want to.
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Read moreWe’ve seen a lot of examples of people being upset over the fact that their number was given away, so we thought we’d ask a few of our readers about their experiences.
We’re not trying to suggest that you should never give your phone numbers away, but if you do you need to be very careful about what you give them away for.
It could be very harmful for the recipient if your numbers are given away to someone who has no reason to believe that you’ll use the number again.
As for why you should be careful, we’re glad you asked, because it’s not a good idea to give away someone’s phone number if they don’t have a legitimate reason for wanting it.
If you think you may have been misused, we would love to hear from you.
Tell us what happened and how you think the person who gave you your phone could have avoided it.