Today, we bid a fond farewell to our home phone. Remember these? We all used to have them but more and more people do not anymore.
We held on to our home phone longer than most. In fact, we’ve had this number since Katie and I moved in together back in 2001.
As of tonight, it’s gone.
As part of our research into a replacement home entertainment plan, we discovered that our home phone, which we never use, was costing us $44/month. Why, oh why, were we doing that to ourselves? Why would anyone? And why didn’t we do this sooner?
No decisions have been made on our internet and television. But this helps. A lot.