Posted by Admin on Feb 27, 2017
Get quick and easy instructions with video illustration below showing how to Cut the Cord & Save Money on Landline Home Phone bills, easily! If you haven't already done so, now is the perfect time to cut your home phone. You can save some money and maybe even free yourself up from long-term contracts.
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Today, it seems like everyone has their own cell phone so it doesn't make a lot of sense to have a landline anymore. However, if you feel like you're excluded from cutting your landline because of where you live or maybe you have poor cell service at your home, or maybe the only reason you still have a landline is because it comes bundled with your TV and your internet package, fortunately there's a solution for all these issues. With a cell phone booster or a femtocell, you can easily cut out a personalized phone bill from the rest of the bills you need to pay every month. Furthermore, since the cell phone signal booster never requires a monthly fee and femtocells rarely do, that is money going straight into your pocket.
If you think cutting your land line isn't an option because of where you live, then we have got great news. There's hope. If you suffer from poor cell service at home, then you can easily overcome this with a cell phone signal booster. A cell phone signal booster creates a strong reliable area of cell phone signal within your home or in your office or a single room depending on the model that you choose. Since there's no limit to the number of users that can use a cell phone signal booster, anyone within its boosted range will benefit.
You can also use a femtocell to achieve the same result but in a different way. In a nutshell, a femtocell produces an area of cell coverage in your home by connecting to the internet and sending your calls through Internet. Therefore, you will need a good internet connection to make sure that this works properly. Unlike cell phone boosters, femtocells are carrier specific. Therefore, you may need more than one if different members of your family have different cell carriers.
If you're worried about racking up your minutes and going over because you switch straight over to only your cell phone, then think about using Wi-Fi calling. Wi-Fi calling sends calls over the internet through a Wi-Fi network instead of using your regular cell minutes. It's really easy to do and it's free.
View the video provided for more information and illustration of above tips and techniques on how to go about cutting the cord for your home phone and switching to a better and much lower cost or free communication option for your home, or small business office.