Landline + VOIP + Broadband - Where do I start?
So many questions....
I currently have Fibre To The Box (not full fibre) which uses the landline.
We only use the landline for incoming calls and internet.
We pay £4 a month for unlimited calls on a mobile but the mobile is very basic with a battery that doesn't last very long.
I'm thinking of getting rid of the landline and using VOIP and to go back to using the normal phone, not the mobile for making calls and switching back to PAYG for the mobile.
If I get rid of the landline it means getting full fibre which is not cheap and I don't need 900MB connection, but having full fibre would be nice, or there is another alternative of a router that connects directly to 5G.
I'm not sure what to do. There's so much to think about.
If I get VOIP will my current phone still work or will I have to get an adapter?
Which company would I use for VOIP?
If I have Full Fibre I would have the cable coming into an upstairs bedroom which is where I have the router, would that mean I would have to connect a DECT phone to the router in the bedroom?
There is most probably things I have not even thought of!
I just want to pay a bit less each month if possible.
I came across this website but don't know if it's a good deal or not for Voip?
Thanks in advance
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