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It seem that this will be the way of the future. Who needs a permanent phone that only takes messages because you are never home. Although it is a real break from tradition.......what address will be in the phone book, or will you be in the phone book at all? But I guess it was a big change 60 or 70 years ago to decide to have a peermanent phone at all. After all, you could see everyone downtown and communicate whatever you needed to at that time, or you could send a smoke signal, or use mirrors, or some other high tech method of the time.

I might suggest another website that does a better comparison of plans:
www.point.com

JV

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