Fort Wayne, IN
|reply to Jurjen |
Re: Sounds a little like Frontier
said by Jurjen:It's like $56 for 35/35 service with a 2 year agreement and the security line. Or like $54 without the contract or 911. It was a gamble on whether my rates would go up by $2 over the next 2 years, plus I have several kids at home after school that I don't mind paying a few bucks extra in case my VoIP acts up.
The stupid "security line" is optional for you? Cool!
Everyone can make the decision for his/her own. People have cellphones (sometimes multiple) as a backup in the rare case that VoIP is down. I don't need a second backup, but unfortunately it's not an option.