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I shouldn't comment, really, being a true dinosaur, but we want to keep our landline as long as we can, for various reasons.

Our cell phone is an antique -- a TracFone that can only be used as a phone. No display or camera, etc., and is usually turned off except to make a call for some specific reason on a trip or something.

Where we live, there is no cable, so we can't get that. We use DirecTV for TV. Our landline provides phone and internet as a bundle. Our phones don't display who is calling, though we do have a recorder for missed calls.

To your question: Sounds like many people like VOIP, but we've also heard negative comments from some about quality and delays, and dislike the idea of EVERYTHING going when power fails. The landline seems to always be there, even when power goes down in a storm.

Just my two cents FWIW. GL, whichever way you go.

Vermonter
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