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  # 1388686 16-Sep-2015 19:45
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Spark does naked plans too.


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  # 1388701 16-Sep-2015 20:29
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Yep, they do - but at $89.99 for 30/10 naked it's a dollar more than I'm currently paying at Snap/2 Degrees for the same unlimited 30/10 but with landline!


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  # 1388702 16-Sep-2015 20:30
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It's unfeasibile for us to not have a home phone of some kind - apart from my mother-in-law's addiction to chin-wagging, I'm just not comfortable with the idea of forcing others to pay to call us, just because we've decided it's more financially advantageous for us.

I have no problem with that. Its already costing me in time to answer the damn thing. If its only worth calling if its "free" for them, then its probably in my interests to not get the call.


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  # 1388765 16-Sep-2015 23:32

Since no one has said it yet. Best part about not having a land line is no more calls form telemarketers and scammers.

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