I am thinking about getting rid of land line (Verizon) from my place and just sign up on the cell phone service. Since I live in an apartment, for any phone repairs, the phone company needs to have an access to the main maintenance unit controlled by the apartment's maintenance department. I have to be in the middle to making the arrangement for the telephone crew to have an access to that facility with the maintenance crews. Over the course of 3 years here, this is the second time for the need for the phone repair (this time, no dial tone; the last time was the line mix up as the Verizon technician mixed up the wire in that room when he was doing repairs for the other people). I have a company cell and it gets a good signal here. So, I know the cell phone works as far as connection wise. Is there any benefit keeping the land line service? The only thing I am concerned about is the incoming phone call. I heard the cell phone company charges you for incoming calls. I don't want to get charged for some telemarketing calls (I would rather charge them for wasting my time). I have signed up with Skype for international calls (I have not made any from home; but I have already prepaid for the service just in case I need to call overseas via Skype).