I've finally broken down and bought a cell phone for daily use. I've had a $11 a month TracFone that mostly just sits around unused. I usually find it's dead from being ignored off the charger when I have a need for it and decide to take it with me somewhere. But my home landline price has been slowly creeping up over the years to the point where it's almost as much as a cell plan. I just recently ordered a Galaxy Note but haven't gotten it yet. It wasn't the need for the cell phone as much as wanting some of the functionality of my iPad2 in a more portable format. I probably average one call per day, even counting my home landline, so a cell phone has never been a real use to me. When I'm on call for work, I use a company phone. Most calls I get aren't really wanted, so 24/7 contact via a cell is more of a pain than a convenience. The only benefit I'll see by switching from landline to cell is getting CallerID since I've refused to pay the added cost on my home landline. Now it'll be easier to duck the telemarketers, etc. that are about half the few calls I do get.