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Berkshire doesn't have a toll-free number at least available to the public. You could try the transfer agent at 1-800-730-4001, but lately all I have been getting is a pre-recorded "All circuits are busy at this time". When you do get through they have a message to go to but if you go there, you may as well go to Berkshire's homepage at for any and all information you care to view. What sort of investment information are you trying to get? Most of what you would get from Omaha is on the corporate homepage.

Equiserve may only service current shareholders, but it is a free call costing only your time.

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