Please help!! Which is better – Call Forwarding or Voice Mobility?! (VM is "answerable" - HUGE)
Hurry! I need everyone's opinon before my "time-sensitive" Savings Voucher expires. I might not be able to wait until the next limited time offer arrives tomorrow.
Comcast says I should get Voice Service because it has "VOICE MOBILITY" That means, "calls can be automatically re-routed and answerable."
If I understand correctly, Comcast has a real innovation on its hands. Do they mean that when a call is "re-routed" or shall we say, "forwarded" to a different number – that call can actually be answered?? It does not just ring and do nothing? Welcome to the future, indeed. Yay Go Comcast Go Comcast Go Comcast.
I wonder why the Call Forwarding people never thought of making their calls answerable too. Well, lucky us. As we are the select tier - the dignified, well-respected, and most profitable customers of Comcast I believe we should all send thank you notes to Comcast for investing in our future success with valuable services such as "Voice Mobility." I can't help but laugh at all the fools still using "Call Forwarding." When MY business succeeds (and now it will, for sure!) I have no doubt it will all be because of Comcast. If only there was a way to give them some extra money. Come on Comcast, maybe you should scale back the amazing deals and only send me a "savings voucher" every other day. (kidding! 2 per day is fine).
(Even better, for those of you still reading, Call Forwarding is also listed, as a seperate feature. So hurry! For those times when you are dealing with a less sophisticated, less shall we say, intelligent customers or shall we say, victims. Or really just anytime you are expecting a call from fools you simply don't respect even though they pay your salary.