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Do you still use a landline at home, or do you rely completely on your cell phone?

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  • If I am driving, a cell phone, but only in emergencies. Other than that, a landline.

  • Mobile all the way. Landline is too expensive, mum's too stubborn to learn how to use a mobile, brother's too stingy to buy credit for his phone half the time, yet he calls mobiles from the landline. I probably make more calls and send WAY more texts than both of them combined and I pay nowhere near as much for the privilege.

    If I had my way there wouldn't be a landline. :-)
  • нет
  • I dont really use the landline but my parents do.  I do think it's important to have at least a basic plan on a landline though, especially for emergency situations so i think for now i'm going to keep a landline no matter where i live
  • All I really need is my cell. It's waay too inconvenient to use landlines and who wants to pay for a landline AND a cell? Not me lol cell all the way!

  • If I need to use the phone, I use the landline phone so I don't waste my minutes on my cell phone. I only use my cell phone for emergencies when I'm not home (unless there's a landline phone near by) and texting. It's a lot cheaper for you then to rely on your cell phone 24/7.
  • Personally, I do not use a landline at home, however we do still have one. As the person responsible for paying the phone bill, I’ve argued we get rid of it, however that suggestion has been met with some ambivalence. I plan to argue my point again when we renew our lease. To me, it’s a waste of money. Only one person uses the line on occasion to call over-seas. Why pay over $30.00 a month so it can be used one or twice every few months? Her argument is that it’s available in case of an “emergency” or when the electricity goes out… however, that just doesn’t work any longer. I don't give out our home number, nor do I answer the phone. In fact, I'm not sure if anyone actually answers the landline.
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