Business lines of credit are most often used for working capital expenses of your business; to help fill the gap between your payables being due and your receivables being paid.
One common use for business lines of credit is to cover payroll expenses.
Around the country, kids dialed numbers like 550-TEEN for access to party lines, otherwise known as group bridging services.
The operators of these lines charged participants on a per minute basis, for example, 95 cents for the first minute and 45 cents for each additional.
The service was common in sparsely populated areas where remote properties are spread across large distances, such as Australia (where these were operated by the Government Post Master General department).
I play football.”“Are you the person who was talking about lacrosse last night?
”“Yeah, yeah, that was me.”“This isn’t the sports line.
British users similarly benefited from the party line discount.
Farmers in rural Australia used party lines, where a single line spanned miles from the nearest town to one property and on to the next.