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Re: QT cable phone service

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05-30-2013 09:49:11

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Just recently switched from AT&T land line to Cox Communications internet phone. The modem they provided has an 8hr battery backup built in.

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05-30-2013 19:45:46

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 Re: QT cable phone service in reply to JDiamond, 05-30-2013 09:49:11  
Yes but most cable systems do not have battery backup for their cable equipment once it leaves your house.

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05-30-2013 14:40:28

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 Re: QT cable phone service in reply to JDiamond, 05-30-2013 09:49:11  
thanks again everyone.all the talk about changing to another phone is enlighting to me. we have been with at&t at least 30 + yrs.but its always another few cents here and a few there. it adds up. we have a cell phone, but were limited to the two companies for a land line. sounds like some of you are getting a good deal..

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05-30-2013 16:09:29

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 Re: QT cable phone service in reply to cb, 05-30-2013 14:40:28  
We moved last fall, only 8 miles and same city. AT&T jerked us all over the place, didn't want to let us keep our old number that we had had since dial phone. And the number they wanted to give was not local. We complained that all local calls would be long distance, and they said that you wouldn't know until the monthly bill came.
We happened to go into Radio Shack, they are selling for Verizon. They have a system that you buy a base unit from them, and you plug your land line phones into it. It plugs into 120v, and has a battery back-up good for about 3 days. This base connects to the same cell signal as cell phones. Yon can take it with you and have phone service anywhere you can get a cell signal. And you can keep your land line number.

There is a set-up fee. That and the base unit was about $70. With a $20. monthly fee. You can call anywhere from anywhere, just need a cell signal, no long distance charges.

Going to Florida for the winter, take your home phone with you.


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