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Old March 25th 11, 03:59 AM posted to alt.cellular.t-mobile,alt.cellular.attws,alt.cellular.sprintpcs,alt.cellular.verizon
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On 3/23/2011 9:31 PM, Justin wrote:
nospam wrote on [Wed, 23 Mar 2011 12:13:28 -0500]:
In , Justin
wrote:

most people can call long distance without additional charges.

Most people with cell phones. Cell phones still aren't as reliable or clear
as landlines

mine is.

No, it isn't


really? how is it you know how well my cellphone and landline work,
especially when you don't know what handsets i use (more than one) or
with which carriers (also more than one). you don't. you're talking out
your ass, again.


If you say so...

there are bundled long distance plans for landlines too.

Then you are paying extra....


nope. it's a bundled plan of phone/internet/tv that includes long
distance and call waiting, 3-way calling, etc. there's no point in
removing any of those features, since the only lower priced option is
outside of the bundle and the services would end up costing *more*.


With who? Most triple plays don't have landlines but have VOIP solutions.


My "double-play" combines landline service with DSL. No VOIP. The
provider also offer DirecTV, but not at any discount for bundling, and
DirecTV is much more expensive than Dish network.


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Old March 25th 11, 04:22 AM posted to alt.cellular.t-mobile,alt.cellular.attws,alt.cellular.sprintpcs,alt.cellular.verizon
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SMS wrote on [Thu, 24 Mar 2011 19:59:34 -0700]:
On 3/23/2011 9:31 PM, Justin wrote:
nospam wrote on [Wed, 23 Mar 2011 12:13:28 -0500]:
In , Justin
wrote:

most people can call long distance without additional charges.

Most people with cell phones. Cell phones still aren't as reliable or clear
as landlines

mine is.

No, it isn't

really? how is it you know how well my cellphone and landline work,
especially when you don't know what handsets i use (more than one) or
with which carriers (also more than one). you don't. you're talking out
your ass, again.


If you say so...

there are bundled long distance plans for landlines too.

Then you are paying extra....

nope. it's a bundled plan of phone/internet/tv that includes long
distance and call waiting, 3-way calling, etc. there's no point in
removing any of those features, since the only lower priced option is
outside of the bundle and the services would end up costing *more*.


With who? Most triple plays don't have landlines but have VOIP solutions.


My "double-play" combines landline service with DSL. No VOIP. The
provider also offer DirecTV, but not at any discount for bundling, and
DirecTV is much more expensive than Dish network.


Then you fall outside of most. Comcast does, U-Verse does. Try calling up
your ISP when your internet is down when you have one of these services...
 




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