25582Re: [Y-Mail] registering with Yahoo
- Aug 30, 2013My husband is hearing impaired. He could not use a cell if he wanted to. We have a landline (with caller ID) that I use. I also have a cell which I have set up call forward. I do not have caller ID in my cell unless the caller is in my cell phone book.My husband has a Yahoo email account along with a Gmail. He has never given a cell phone number. If he has to I put in the area code with 123-4567 and it takes LOL. I hope no one actually has that number! What would happen if I used 555-1234? LOLI do not give out my home phone number because it is unlisted and I really want to keep it that way!Donna Ford Lee ♂+♀=♡Tulsa, OKSent Via My iPhone
On Aug 30, 2013, at 5:45 AM, "Donna" <pnwfemale@...> wrote:One of my online friends wanted to join a Yahoo group that I'm a member of; but, didn't have a Yahoo ID. Anyway, he goes through the registration form and has to enter a cell phone number. Only thing is, he doesn't have a cell phone and he said that he tried to write all zeros. The form said that it wasn't a valid phone number. He didn't want to enter his land line number. I never had to enter a cell phone number when I registered with Yahoo back in the 90s; so, I used my sister's number and changed the numbers a bit. How does a person register for a Yahoo account if he doesn't have a cell phone? It would be pretty easy to make up a random number; but, that random number could turn out to be somebody's actual phone number.
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