posted on Oct, 6 2020 @ 12:02 PM
a reply to: CriticalStinker
You answeted my question in reverse. I want a traditional land line i grew up with. Those cables running on all the utility poles include the original
land line infeastructure. Its all still there, but like gold so many have neen convinced to abandon it as some arcane primitive tool lacking necessity
in the real world.
a reply to: VictorVonDoom
That would still be VOIP requiring the use of an additional internet subscription. I disconnected internet from my physical address for a reason.
Now yall see the dilemma of how difficult it is to get an old school physical landline. If it needs internet, it is not a traditional landline. I dont
even need power for the landline to work, hence the reliability factor. I live on that little peter sticking out of the southeast USA, hurricanes and
big storms seems to gravitate here like flies to # or moths to a light.
Last time my area suffered a close call people all over town were having trouble with their cellular service due to high volume causing network