Never Pay for Home Phone Service Again For as Long as You Live

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Let’s face it: in today’s smartphone-dominated world, landlines can feel archaic, but it’s not a bad idea to keep yours in service. In the case of an emergency or just a dead cell phone, landlines can really come in handy. But this doesn’t mean that you should be forced into paying exorbitant rates to your cable company to keep yours in service. Find out how to “cut the cord,” from Boy Genius Report below:

From BGR:
People talk about cord cutting all the time, and when they do they’re referring to ditching pay TV. There’s another cord that should be cut whether or not you want to keep subscribing to cable though, and that’s your home phone service. Whether you’re paying $5 a month or $50 a month for your home phone, it’s too much. How much should you be paying? Absolutely nothing, and the Ooma Telo is the device that can make it happen. You’ll enjoy crystal clear VoIP calls just like you would if you were using your cable company’s telephone service, and you’ll also still get unlimited nationwide calling — you can even keep your phone number. The only difference you won’t pay a dime, and you’ll also get low rates on international calling.

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3 years
Not entirely true. You still have to pay the phone taxes imposed on every landlines. I’ve had…


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This device provides crystal clear, nationwide calling for free and low international rates. It also works with Ooma Home Security sensors to monitor your home and contact you when activity is detected, and it’s backed by  30-day money-back guarantee and extendable 1-year warranty with 24/7 customer support.


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