NeuroticallyYours wrote:Thanks, Mhopeful. This is helpful. I was just wondering whether or not it's appropriate to give a land line since the email seems to discourage replies. I'm not a lunatic; I'm just thorough.
lol well i mean if you were just waiting for someone to support the decision you already made in your head, why didnt you say so? i would have done it sooner for you
im just kidding. personally, i think if you're going to give your land line, you may as well send the email replacing your current cell phone w/ that one (im assuming you'd be near the land line at that time?), and not some neurotic statement like, "that number on file is fine, but oh if the call drops during the interview, and i somehow dont get through to you by trying to call you back, you can call me at the land line"
haha even if it drops, as another poster stated, you can just call him back and resume. but if you're determined to use the land line, id just send a simple email saying that number is the better one. the office will send back a confirmation response.