211 - Community Services Dialing
2-1-1 Community Services dialing now available from SouthernLINC Wireless Effective February 1, 2009, you can get quick access to with important community services and volunteer opportunities in your area by dialing 2-1-1 from your SouthernLINC Wireless phone. 2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that provides access to United Ways and information and referral agencies in local communities. If you are looking for help for yourself or someone else, dial "2-1-1" and speak with a live person who can listen to your situation and provide information on services available in your area.
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511 - America's Traveler Information Telephone Number
As of April 2007, SouthernLINC Wireless customers in Georgia and Florida who need access to traffic information may now simply dial 511 from their SouthernLINC Wireless handsets.
511 is a universal traveler information number mandated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It provides travelers access to traffic information, including up-to-the-minute information on traffic conditions, incidents and driving times, schedule, route and far information for public transportation services and more. It is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Calls made to 511 will be charged for the appropriate airtime.
For more information, visit the Federal Highway Administrations' web site at www.fhwa.dot.gov or you may call SouthernLINC Wireless customer support at 1-800-818-LINC.
611 - Contact SouthernLINC Wireless Customer Service
If you would like to speak to a SouthernLINC Wireless Customer Service Representative, simply call Customer Support 24 hours a day by dialing #611 from your phone.
811 - Call Before You Dig
As of April 2007, all SouthernLINC Wireless customers who need "Call Before You Dig" information may now simply dial 811 from their SouthernLINC Wireless handsets.
811 is a new, universal "Call Before You Dig" number mandated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It provides a quick way to begin the process of getting underground utility lines marked.
If you're planning even a slight addition to your backyard like planting a tree, or a bigger project - like adding a swimming pool - you need to ensure your project won't interfere with underground utility lines. By calling 811, you'll get routed to the correct local contact right away, who can ensure the utility lines near your project get marked accordingly.
With the addition of 811, this means the previous "Call Before You Dig" line - 344 - will be disconnected as of April as directed by the FCC.
More information can be found at www.call811.com. SouthernLINC Wireless's customer support (1-800-818-LINC) can also be of assistance.
MIN - Check Your Minutes
Press "MIN" (646) and "Send" on your SouthernLINC Wireless phone to hear how many peak and off-peak minutes you have used in your current billing period.
PAY - Make a Payment
Make a one-time payment on your account by dialing "PAY" (729) from your SouthernLINC Wireless phone.