Question of the Day

Do you have a land line?

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6 Responses to Question of the Day

  1. Joy says:

    Yes. We live too far out in case of a cell not working.

  2. SKL says:

    Yes. If we didn’t, what would the telemarketers do with themselves?

    We never use it. But one person here thinks it is too risky to not have one. Whatever.

    We do use our fax machine, which is on a separate land line.

  3. Nikki says:

    Yes. I home 90% of the day, it just makes sense to have a land line.

  4. Laura says:

    We just got rid of ours. We scaled it back last year to “local only”, and we found we were paying $35+ to get telemarketer and politician calls. It really ticked me off when I discovered that I couldn’t call any of my neighbors… even the one that lives directly across the street… because they’re not in our same exchange. But we COULD call into town, which is like 7 miles away. It was stupid. So we dumped it last week, and are only using our cells. I plan to get Josh his own phone for Christmas, and it’ll function as both his phone if he has sports or something after school (because there are no more pay phones, and the office isn’t always unlocked at the end of a practice), and as a house phone when we have guests over.

  5. Phyllis says:

    Yep. It’s only $15 @ mo when added to my internet setup. Very inexpensive. I’m one of those people who HATE giving out my cell phone number. That’s reserved for only family and very close friends. Everyone else can leave a voicemail on the landline.

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