[kwlug-disc] KWLUG and Voip
Insurance Squared Inc.
gcooke at insurancesquared.com
Fri Feb 11 11:34:22 EST 2011
I'm unsure this is the case. I'm paying about $50 a month right now for
one local phone line with Bell. I have no friends, so I don't use it.
My daughter uses her cell. So the phone's only used by my wife to talk
to her sister, and by all the teenage girls calling to giggle at my
son. I suspect when I do switch over my monthly costs are going to drop
to like $15/month. That's quite a drop, and when you add in the other
stuff that comes up - i.e. hooking in android cell phones etc, long
distance, now it can really make sense.
> I am not sure if it would be cost effective for non technical home phone users
> which just want a simple dial plan. Including support, it may end up costing
> close to a regular line.
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