I hope this isn't too inappropriate a question for the digest.
I finally fired Ma Bell. I had once-upon-a-time worked for AT&T and remainded a loyal telephone customer. However I just got tired of waiting for DSL on my street so I could take advantage of their phone/DSL/satellite package deal. I already had Road Runner high-speed Internet from Time Warner so I signed up for digital cable and phone.
The Time Warner website is rather sketchy and I'm having trouble finding an answer to this, so I'm asking here. I understand I can continue using my existing telephones and jacks with digital phone. But can I use my computer to make/receive calls on my digital phone number? I have both Windows XP and Apple Mac OS X at my disposal. Note, I'm not talking about using Skype. I would like to be able to place and receive calls on my home number from my computer regardless of where my computer may be. Is this possible?
John Mayson Austin, Texas, USA