I Cannot Think Of Any Possible Reason To Own A Home Phone

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Am I surprised that cordless phones are on sale? Absolutely not. If anything, I’m surprised that this is a one-day-only sale as opposed to a more general price slashing. Do people still have landlines? I suppose my parents do, but I NEVER hear it ring whenever I return home for a visit. What’s the point of home phones?

I do not know the answer to that question. My first thought was that it might be useful, perhaps if you have young children, for the school to contact you in case of an emergency. But I quickly realized that doesn’t make any sense: if there truly was an emergency, you would want them to contact the phone you were guaranteed to be next to, aka your cell phone.

Whatever. The millions of Daily Caller readers are all smarter than I am, so I’m sure many of you can think of an actual use for cordless home phones. If you can, then by all means take advantage of today’s 44 percent discount on a set of four, plus an answering machine. To be fair, these phones’ bluetooth compatibility – meaning they can connect to your smartphone – does seem genuinely useful.

Normally $130, this cordless phone set is 44 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $130, this cordless phone set is 44 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Panasonic KX-TGE474S Link2Cell Bluetooth Cordless Phone with Answering Machine- 4 Handsets on sale for $72.27

You can also block up to 250 callers. I don’t know about you all, but I have been getting WAY more calls from telemarketers these days. These phones can help you put an end to that nuisance.

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Photo via Amazon

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