DSL provider may require you to keep
an active number with them to
qualify for DSL service. Before
filling out the port agreement and
getting the process started to move
over a DSL provider’s telephone
number, make absolutely sure that
your DSL service will remain intact.
Some DSL providers will allow “naked
DSL” or dry-loop (DSL with no
telephone line), but the majority do
not. If you find that your DSL
provider does not, then you may want
to consider keeping that one number
with a low cost service to reduce
its cost. Alternatively you may
switch your Internet service to a
cable Internet connection.
Cable & Satellite Customers:
Our service will work perfectly fine
with any Cable or Satellite service,
there is nothing further to do.