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[ale] OT: DSL with no phone number
BellSouth has a phone line available (that they don't advertise) that
they call a limited use line (I think that's what they call it). I have
one that I use for a home office line and for my Earthlink DSL
connection. It's a simple POTS line with no features and no long
distance and I'm limited to 30 "outgoing" calls per month. (extra calls
cost $0.75 each but, you would have to make 90 calls per month to equal
the cost of an unlimited line) My monthly phone bill (with tax, tag and
title) is only $20 per month.
On Tue, 2004-01-13 at 10:51, Dow Hurst wrote:
> Well, you can drop long distance and all the extras for a
> very basic service. It would be interesting if you could
> even drop down to pulse instead of tone. I think you could
> get the bill down between $17-$25 per month that way.
> James Sumners wrote:
> > Sadly, believes and possibility are two different things. I wish they would pass
> > a law or something (I don't know how it works) so that it would be possible. The
> > only reason I have phone service is to get DSL. I don't care about VoIP or
> > anything like that - I just want an internet connection for the price of the
> > connection.
> > On 13 Jan 2004 09:26:23 -0500
> > Christopher Fowler <cfowler at outpostsentinel.com> wrote:
> >>Last night on The Screen Savers Patrick stated that Georgia was the only
> >>state that believes you should be able to get DSL without a phone line
> >>or local phone service. I've been wanting to switch to VOIP so I can
> >>get all the services at a fraction of the cost of land-line phone
> >>service. The problem is that I have DSL so I thought I can not
> >>terminate my land-line service. Is it true that I can?
> >>Ale mailing list
> >>Ale at ale.org
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