By Krystal Steinmetz
If you live in any of the U.S. states where AT&T is the primary phone carrier - prepare for a big change: Landline phone service might be going the way of the dinosaur.
According to the Chicago Tribune, state legislatures in 20 of those 21 states have given AT&T the OK to end landline service in their states so the telecommunications company can focus and invest more in wireless or internet-based phone networks. California is now the only holdout among states where AT&T is the legacy phone carrier.***** Moderator's Note *****
There used to be a thing called a "Union," which protected workers from having the technology they worked to install and repair used against them.
As I wrote in a previous remark, they've been planning this for a long time.
Bill Horne Moderator