Does not want broadband, but wants voip? uh....
Sounds like you just want a standard phoneline, many RSP's will offer this, they likely just don't list it on their site.
Spark will also do Wireless landline which is a bit cheaper than over copper.
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Their 2degrees mobile can be used as a land line. $20 a month and operates like landline.
Edit, I can't find if outgoing calls are treated same, maybe minutes needed to cover, incoming calls same charge to caller for ringing regular landline.
endless dataaaaaaaaaaaaaa with vodafone has unlimited sms and calls and is $40 for the cheap one. While some of her friends may be reluctant to call a mobile now, once a few of them get on this then the rest will follow and then get rid of the landlines so the rest will have to follow or else pay thru the nose for talking to anyone.
I have a similar challenge. My father-in-law cannot (will not) use the mobile we have given him, and as a result I have to keep a landline for him to call. Stuff-fibre offer a mobile app which terminates and originates your PSTN. I'm seeking this offering but independently to my broadband, as I have been through a very long process of decoupling from Spark/copper and would like to decouple this also.
Stuff-fibre offer a mobile app which terminates and originates your PSTN. I'm seeking this offering but independently to my broadband, as I have been through a very long process of decoupling from Spark/copper and would like to decouple this also.
I'd love to know what result you get in obtaining action on that request during their current state of transition to new ownership
I can't help but wonder whether approaching their new owners directly might be a quicker way to get to the end result.
NOWNZ do BasebandIP landline (VOUP but still a copper landline to her house) for $45 p/m you have to call them up and ask for it