Want to lose your landline? Ooma's Internet phone system gives you free local and long-distance calling for life, with almost no monthly fees.
Ready to dump your landline? This voice-over-IP system gives you free local and long-distance calling for life, with almost no monthly fees.
Lots of people have already ditched their landlines, instead relying entirely on cell phones. Is this really a practical solution?
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If you're thinking about ditching your landline, SunRocket is a potential contender. A low price and lots of features are attractive, but the voice quality of your calls may vary.
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