In Canada, Caller ID has a monthly fee and even Touch Tone on a landline also has a fee. For many years I refused to pay the Touch Tone fee So I dialed with rotary dial pulses (on my modern pushbutton phones) then switched to free Touch Tone for banking and for navigation.Wow, I thought caller ID was standard. Didn't realize some countries were still in the stone age.
Wow, I thought caller ID was standard. Didn't realize some countries were still in the stone age.
I am so glad I don´t have a landline and never will, unless I am in a place where it is the only option for internet to have an xdsl connection or whatever comes next.
I guess in Canada you guys have fewer annoyance calls because Caller ID, while it is included in my land line and cell service I would gladly pay for. The elimination of annoyance calls alone makes it worth it down here.I have a "bundle discount" of TV, internet and home phone" from my cable TV provider. They have a fee of $6.00 per month for Caller ID that I will not pay.
They have no extra charge for touch tone.