If you need a landline go with Vonage for about £5.99 a month with all landline calls included, its a rolling monthly contract & you do not pay line rental to anyone, caller id, email notifications of messages received (read message or listen to it), anonymous call block are also included in the monthly charge.
I'm confused. And I looked at their site and I'm still confused.
I pay BT line rental, broadband and another 5er or so for unlimited calls. Vonage is £6 for unlimted calls but I need broadband? For which I need a phone line? So I pay BT line rental and broadband and pay Vonage £6 for calls how much am I saving?
I'm sure my BT contract is up soon and I know I'm paying them too much so Vonage looks good but I'm clearly missing something...
You didn't take in the Virgin cable options at the start of my reply.
Anyway its all really simple.
In the UK if you have a landline you pay line rental @ approx £14 a month & theres no way out of it, unless
you have Virgin cable, now can have a landline & not pay line rental because Vonage is VOIP & with Virgin you don't pay line rental for broadband.
This is how it works
1, open a Vonage account & they send you a box
2, plug the box into your router/modem
3, plug your house phone into the box, start phoning who you want for as long as you want
Now if you want to go on holiday or somewhere you shouldn't really be
, you can take the Vonage box with you & receive/make calls as if you where at home.