Did it turn out to be a robocall with an “urgent” message about your recent Amazon purchase, an offer to extend your car’s warranty or a student loan? Then you’ve had first-hand experience with a number-spoofing call. The Federal Communications Commission has a mandate that requires phone service providers to use the new STIR/SHAKEN caller ID standards to protect you from these masquerading robocallers.
Celebrating Independence Day in 2021 will be different from 2020, as the U.S. starts to get back to normal now that more people have the COVID-19 vaccine. But, if your community isn’t hosting any public events, there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the national holiday at home.
Canada Day, originally known as Dominion Day, marks a critical moment in Canadian history. On July 1, 1867, the British North America Act was proclaimed, which brought together Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Canada Day 2021 is going to be different from past years due to the pandemic. Fortunately, there are still plenty of ways you can celebrate Canada Day safely.
As Mark Twain, Stephen King and songwriter Peter Allen remind us, “Everything old is new again.” Do you still have a home phone? If not, here are nine reasons to plug one in and go back to curling that cord around your finger.
Pride festivals are known for their colorful people, costumes, parades, balloons, foods and drinks. But like rainbows, Pride festivals sprang from a storm. June is a great time to remember that the very first Pride festival was created in 1970 to recognize the 1969 Stonewall Uprising.
Place your Ooma Telo Air anywhere and connect to the internet wirelessly using your wifi network. Pair Bluetooth with your mobile phone to answer incoming mobile calls from any phone in your home. Easy app-based setup.