Posted by | March 29, 2012 11:23 | Filed under: Top Stories

An Ohio bill would allow phone companies to get out of the landline business so they could focus on wireless technology.

That would allow phone companies to save money on the upkeep of landlines and put more money into wireless technology.

But groups opposed to the bill, such as the AARP, say it’s far too soon to get rid of landlines — cell coverage is still spotty in areas, and that could leave many people without reliable phone service.

911 operators cannot trace an exact address from a cell phone like they can a landline — which opponents to the bill say could lead to disaster if the victim who dialed is unable to speak.

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