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  • n. Plural form of landline.

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Examples

  • Skype will charge its regular very low Skype rates when you call landlines and mobiles using Skype or when you receive calls on your mobile handset from other Skype users or people calling your personal online number.

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  • Put 'em in the comments. iPhone is a voice-over-IP communications application that lets you chat with other Skype members for free, plus call landlines and mobile phones when you buy Skype Out credit.

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  • Save money when you call landlines and cell phones around the world at low, per-minute rates.

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  • At low cost, they can also call landlines or mobiles virtually anywhere in the world.

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  • Lefar said Vonage may later charge for the ability to call landlines and send text messages.

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  • The difference with using this is that you can call landlines and cell phones for free instead os just Skype contacts, as long as you have a good Wi-FI connection.

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  • The Internet-based telephone service made its name by providing a cheaper alternative to calling landlines, but it also capped the amount of minutes its customers could use no matter how much they paid.

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  • • Easy Dialing: instead of having to remember specific country codes, easily call landlines or cell phones worldwide by selecting the country of choice from a dropdown menu.

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  • The Firefly internet phone now extends it features by allowing its customers to call landlines and cell phones but with great advantages over other services.

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  • Skype is important for both versions, but particularly for Lync Online, which offers PC-to-PC voice and video calling, but, unlike the server-based version, lacks the ability to call landlines and cell phones with the exception of a higher-cost Lync Online available only to large enterprises.

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