Do you think that cell phones have fully replace the use for landlines?
Maybe in the home but I don't think they will totally be replaced especially for situations where a secured land line is required either on the civilian level or military level. Who knows though with the way technology evolves these days.
you know that is funny because that is kind of the way I was thinking. I don't quite know if they will fully replace a landlines but with the way technology is improving I would have to agree with you soon they may.
IN my book they will never replace the landline as long as they sell landlines anyway. I'm from the old school and have no use for cellphones and don't use or own 1 at all. Nothing bothers me more than 20 stupid cellphones being used and their users all acting like their talking to God personally and in most cases won't even acknowledge another live person nearby, or smile or say hello. yak yak yak!! No wonder this world has become so cold, and don't get me started on cps in driver's hands grrrrrrrrrrrr.
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