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    Planning to ditch ours in Feb.

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    No landline - haven't had one for a few years now and don't plan on having one!

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    Yep but no phone and you just reminded me to disconnect it!

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    We have a landline just in case and for Internet, very rare we ever make a phone call! I must look into NakedDSL one day (ADSL without landline) to see if its better priced as I think only 3 people call the landline (excepting market researchers).

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    Default Random question no 1.

    Recently just got a landline because I got better Internet and needed the line connection anyway and it is 'included' in the Internet bundle.

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    we definately need a landline. little to no mobile service out here in the sticks!! DH doesnt have a mobile, sometimes i wish he had one but hes vary rarely somewhere that has service so theres not much point!

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    Default Random question no 1.

    We haven't had a landline in 4 years! I was sick of paying for a phone line I never used!

    We both have big capped plans and have naked Internet.

    We are saving $30 a month by ditching the line rental.

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    Omg i love my landline. I spend hours chatting to my sister on it. I couldn't do that on a mobile.

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    I have a VoIP phone for my landline, much cheaper than an actual landline,

    I've always had minimal plans on my mobile so only used it for incoming calls. I've only recently (three months now) switched to a plan that gives me $20 per month (to use at 9c per min) so started making calls on my mobile. It is taking a while to get used to it.

    I'll still keep the VoIP landline because I believe it is important to be able to offer a landline number for people to call you on.

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    Default Re: Random question no 1.

    Nope, i haven't had a landline since the good old days of dial up..lol.
    I can't think of anyway to justify the cost of having one in this day and age... Except maybe when i put my mobile down and forget where. It would be super handy to be able to call it instead of frantically searching the house from top to bottom, trying to find it.

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