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What is the party line number in San Diego?

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San Diego party lines can be reached by phoning 1-619-372-4242 or (877) 648-8389, as of 2014. For gay or bisexual chat, 1-888-910-0303 is a go-to phone number for meeting partners or planning dates.

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What is the party line number in San Diego?
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Many party lines connect callers with pre-recorded voice messages from single men or women. Callers are then given the option to connect to a live chat, which can include anything from answering questions about San Diego's nightlife to casual flirting and phone conversations. Some party lines allow women to chat for free, while men are allowed a free trial and are only charged for the amount of time spent in private call sessions.


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