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    No landlines here - haven't had one since we did our reno and decided not to put one in :-)

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    Just mobiles too. Our plans provide enough calls - we don't need a landline too.

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    I have a landline. We use its line for our ADSL 2 broadband connection, and I am with Virgin (using Optus towers) so my reception where I live is ****. We don't live out bush or anything, but it doesn't work anyway... you have to go stand on the road to be able to make a call, in most cases. I can message and stuff from home, so it's not too bad, and I don't need to use it at home... because we have the landline.

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    No landline here. Everyone I know has one though.

    Family are with the same network and we get free unlimited calls to each other so we dont need it.

    I do have a very cheap pre-paid phone with a different network though just incase we have any network problems and there is an emergency or we really need the phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meags82 View Post
    We have only just had one connected after 6 years without- Telstra is the only company who provides Internet to our area and a condition of Internet is a landline.... So sucky but after 6 years of waiting for it to change we got sick of no Internet
    I am of the understanding that you can get Telstra cable internet without a landline, just not Telstra ADSL. At least that is how it was several years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    I am of the understanding that you can get Telstra cable internet without a landline, just not Telstra ADSL. At least that is how it was several years ago.
    I think it depends on the area as to whether its available without a landline.


 

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