paulamc
Level 1: Cadet

disconnect my mother's landline

disconnect my mother's landline, she is 97 and in a nursing home and no longer requires her landline

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Ozmoz
Level 22: Superhuman
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Re: disconnect my mother's landline


@paulamc wrote:

disconnect my mother's landline, she is 97 and in a nursing home and no longer requires her landline


Hi @paulamc 

 

If someone has power of attorney then go to a Telstra store with that info and ID and you should be able to get it resolved.

 

 

Someone keeps putting vegetables in my beer crisper :-(

Footnote: I don't work for Telstra, I just try to help out fellow Telstra customers.
ProfessorPhone
Level 23: Superhero

Re: disconnect my mother's landline

Paul

Try the word Please.

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