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    Telephone Service in Port Huron


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    Business Listing   Ace Telephone Answering Service - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 985-6189


    Business Listing   American Telephone Answering Service - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (734) 671-8600


    Business Listing   Arch Wireless Operating Company Inc - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 982-9634


    Business Listing   Beeper & Cellular Outlet - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 984-3500


    Business Listing   Custom Computer Business Services - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 982-1004


    Business Listing   Interconnect Services - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 982-8138


    Business Listing   On Hold Promotion - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 987-9077


    Business Listing   Port City Communications - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (313) 962-3050


    Business Listing   Superior Communication Center - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 985-7220


    Business Listing   Superior Communications - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 984-1575


    Business Listing   T & R Electronics - Port Huron, MI - Phone: (810) 966-2590


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    Helpful Definition for: Telephone Service


    With modernization and advances in digital communication, the telephone services in Port Huron make many calling features available to subscribers. Besides the regular in-built features like voicemail, caller id, call waiting, speed dialing, three-way calling or conference call, centrex, enhanced 911, new forms of communication devices such as modems and facsimile machines are designed to use the plain old telephone service to transmit digital information.