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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by midas123, May 23, 2010.

  1. midas123

    midas123 Newbie
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    Since purchasing the DI, have you canceled your land line? I did on Friday. Had my DI for 2 weeks, works fine, voice quality OK

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  2. yojoe600

    yojoe600 Android Expert

    my family havent had a land line since we first got cellphones about 8 years ago
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  3. sunthas

    sunthas Well-Known Member

    I haven't had a land line for 2 years. And then only had it for work.
  4. Jakaro

    Jakaro Android Enthusiast

    Im 24 and have never had, probably never will have a land line.
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  5. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

    It's been about 7 years for me.
  6. nikeair

    nikeair Newbie

    28, and have never had my own POTS/PSTN line :)
  7. contagous

    contagous Android Expert

    Same, just cellphone and skype in/out for when out of country
  8. velotech

    velotech Newbie

    Haven't had a land line in about 7 years.
  9. Tomoko

    Tomoko Member

    Never had one. Ever since I first moved out on my own I never saw the point in one.
  10. Wynnded

    Wynnded Well-Known Member

    About ten years ago I dumped mine.
  11. DonDraper

    DonDraper Well-Known Member

    what's a land line? :D Haven't had one of those in 10 years
  12. Droidizzle

    Droidizzle Well-Known Member

    Same here never had a landline since being on my own. Theres no point when the whole family is on the same network and you can text other people for free.

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  13. Mischka7

    Mischka7 Well-Known Member

    My home requires a landline.
  14. Haven't had one since 95
  15. Rubik76

    Rubik76 Android Enthusiast

    I can't remember having a landline. I had one. A long time ago.
  16. suzlyn

    suzlyn Member

    Haven't had a land line since 2001.
  17. GrandMasterB

    GrandMasterB Go Go Gadget Flow!

    Its been 3 years this year since I canceled my 15 year old landline, Thanks to Verizon :D
  18. DenverRalphy

    DenverRalphy Android Enthusiast

    Only reason I still have a landline is for my fax machine and TiVo/DirectTV box.
  19. milnivlek

    milnivlek Well-Known Member

    I need a landline for my apartment complex's security gate system. It's kinda annoying, as that's the only reason I have a landline at all.
  20. DROIDdidME

    DROIDdidME Well-Known Member

    Looks like landlines are becomming pretty obsolete :)
  21. merkcityboy

    merkcityboy Newbie

    vzw doesn't have the greatest signal in my neighborhood...well on the 3rd floor I have great service but nt on the first 2
  22. howarmat

    howarmat Android Expert

    still got mine. I dont like to give out my cell to all the places that want it. i have my cell for friends and family, not the local police solicitation or whatever that can get around the "do not call" list
  23. superchaos

    superchaos Android Enthusiast

    I switched to ooma about a year ago. Dumped the $160 month 2 line landline. Still pay a lot for at&t uverse internet and tv though.
  24. keegan1014

    keegan1014 Android Enthusiast

    I canceled my land line internet and cable tv
    saved me 180 a month....
    and people are telling me I am crazy for spending the 29 a month for the data plan
    Jokes on them LOL
  25. rmlavin315

    rmlavin315 Newbie

    I guess I'm the old guy here. It's been 26 years since I purchased my first car phone (they weren’t called cell phones back then). I dropped my land line within five years of that; can’t remember he exact year. My first cell phone by Audiovox, was called a transportable and looked like some military briefcase thing that I carried by an over the shoulder strap. It was transportable, because I could remove the transceiver and hand set, and mount them in my car to use as a car phone. The unit cost $1,700, weighed 14.5 lbs, and my average monthly bill was around $550. I know $550 sounds high, but in today’s dollars that would be $1,120 per month. You won’t find me complaining about a $29.99 data plan. It makes me laugh when people complain because they drop the occasional call, or how bad AT&T service is. I remember there were days I was hoping the wind was blowing in the right direction so I could make a call.…. LOL I love my Incredible!

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