Things to Consider When Deciding to Keep or Remove Your Landline
Your Calling Behavior. How much do you using your landline phone currently? How often do you pick up and use your landline phone to make a call. If your answer is “often” or “all the time”, then it would make sense to keep the landline phone. If your answer is “hardly” or “never” then it would make sense to save yourself the money for someone who is in the habit of using only their cell phone to make calls.
Saving Money. If you are looking to save money, removing a landline phone can do just that. How much you’ll save depends on your current voice service and what calling features you currently have.
Everything has Risk. Although there is some risk being landline-free, having only cordless phones in the home in the event of a power outage too has risk without power to cordless phones. A hard-wired landline phone is the most reliable option.
If you would like to take advantage of a package without a landline package option, contact RC by calling 637-5211 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Note: Not all services are available. Digital Voice, a landline alternative, requires up to 10 Mb of internet speed and is not available in all areas.