Wait or Die: How to Get a Phone Number While You're at Work

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Brandon Huigens
In Chow Bella's new comic, Wait or Die, we tell the stories of waiters and waitstaff from restaurants around the Valley. Submit your stories here: waitordie@newtimes.com -- and be sure to let us know if you wish to remain anonymous.

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schultzybeckett
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To use T-Mobile's HotSpot @Home service, you need a broadband connection, a wireless router, and one of two phones designed for the HotSpot @Home service. When you're within range of your home's Wi-Fi network or a T-Mobile HotSpot, all incoming and outgoing calls are placed using the phone's wireless VoIP-like technology. If you travel out of the Wi-Fi area, the phone automatically transfers your call to T-Mobile's GSM/GPRS/EDGE wireless network. Likewise, if you start a call on T-Mobile's cellular network and travel into a T-Mobile Wi-Fi HotSpot, the call will move with you. The transition is seamless. Unless you watch the phone during the process, you won't notice the switch.

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