Where might I go to gain the use of a landline for an hour or so during normal business hours? [more inside]
AT&T be gone. What are my options to have a land line at home? Can I use the phones I have? [more inside]
Using cell phone with T-Mobile and wondering - do names and the number show up on a landline Caller ID?
How do children learn phone etiquette in a world with no landlines? [more inside]
Thinking of dropping my landline, but I'm stuck in the dark ages. I have a cell phone which is great for local calls, but terrible for long distance. Skype, VOIP, calling cards, etc...I am clueless about these things. I live in Canada. Also: I have a central alarm system in my home. [more inside]
retrofitting 3G networks back down to landlines: My cellphone has a 1.75mm jack for plugging in earbud/wires. Is there RADIO SHACK technology that can let me somehow plug a "landline" into a cellphone? Is there a secret cellphone code that can generate a "dial tone"?
Help with some logistics questions for Skype as a home use landline/cell replacement. [more inside]
Canadian phone/cable/internetfilter: what combo of services are cheapest? [more inside]
Can an existing home number be assigned to a cell phone? I'm thinking of adding a (third) line to my cellphone plan, if I can give it my current landline number -- then ditch the landline. Is that even possible? [more inside]
I live in a semi-rural area and am incredibly frustrated with my area's landline phone provider. The provider has a monopoly in the area and delays fixing constant faults for many weeks. I want to go completely Skype, wireless and mobile. What are my options? [more inside]
Thinking about getting rid of land line and going strictly with cell. Don't spend much time on the phone, land or cell. Anyone out there got a good reason not to switch? (internet connection is cable) Any feedback appreciated.