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if you have a package then land line and mobile charges are included in the package and are not separated
There is a package the Telstra sell that is for 2 land lines , net connection, land line hire and 25 gig of data for around $120.00 a month and all calls local, national and international are free except for 1300 numbers
however if the land line is inoperative you are entitled to a refund on that rent cost for the period it is not available and if incoming calls are redirected to your mobile , that cost is on the caller
ring accounts and make your point or contact the ombudsman and make a complaint or shift service provider
call Telstra service and tell that you depend on the land line as you have a medical condition
calling the ombudsman will not get the line fixed quicker as that communication will rake at least a month to process and you have to put the complaint in writing
If you have a mobile phone number , then why is the landline repair so urgent
Contact your ISP to get the landline number which is assigned to your line, even if it is only being used for broadband DSL. This isn't an issue with your router so much as an issue with your account and your ISP.
Any multi-line answering machine should serve your purposes. Since you declined to specify the country, I'm afraid I can't recommend any particular units. Diverting calls to a mobile or other phone is a feature of your landline company, not of any particular phone. Please contact your telephone company for details on call forwarding.
to forward the calls from your landline to your mobile, you have to use a certain code then enter your mobile number. For example, to forward the phone calls from my house line to my mobile, I hear the dial tone then press *72 then my cell number. To cancel this I must enter *73. So it really doesn't matter what type of landline phone you use. I don't know where you live and what the code may be, but you can try it. You can always call your phone provider and ask for the code.
Here is a link that will help. Good luck http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_forwarding
you cannot, you have to still have a landline connected to the fax, as the broadband is a different thing altogether, just get a double splitter adaptor from your wall socket and then connect the landline in one and your broadband filter in another, or just unplug the broadband and plug in normal phone line when you need to fax