NorthRock’s ‘Follow Me’ connects all your numbers

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One number: North Rock Communications Shira Litwack uses the 'Follow Me' service

    Photo by Glenn Tucker One number: North Rock Communications Shira Litwack uses the 'Follow Me' service


Multiple phone users can now have one number for receiving all of their calls thanks to an innovative new service launched by North Rock Communications.

‘Follow Me’ provides the user with one virtual number that when called rings through to their work and cell phone, doing away with the need to give out your office extension or personal cell number.

Subscribers can be reached at work, home, on the golf course or out and about with a mailbox for any missed calls and an automated email being sent to the user for every new voicemail received with the voicemail attached to it.

The service costs $9.95 per month.

For more information contact 540-2700.

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Published Nov 9, 2011 at 12:01 am (Updated Nov 16, 2011 at 8:00 am)

NorthRock’s ‘Follow Me’ connects all your numbers

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