Well, I've been treating my cell phone as my "home phone" for about 5 years.I have not gotten rid of having a regular land line though. I've just stopped using it - except in that I use it for DSL service to the Internet. Oh, and I just unplugged the actual telephone on the land line, so all that's connected to it is the DSL modem.One thing that's a down side is that the telemarketers still call me. Since the cell phone is my home phone, and has been through 4 different houses, all the companies I have commercial ties to know the cell# as my home phone. So whenever they sell contact info about me to others, it's the cell phone that goes out, not the landline phone (whose number I don't even know anyway).Yes, the landline phone does get telemarketers calling it. That's why I unplugged it ;-). It's just, so does the cell phone.You need a phone# which various companies can call you - such as your credit card companies, etc - so which number do you give them? And how much does that number cost you?- David
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