Just wondering, am I the only person who still has a rotary phone? I called Dell customer service earlier tonight from my rotary and ended up having to switch to my cordless as I couldn’t navigate the automated system. I know its faster to use touch-tone phones, but I really like my rotary phone. I picked it up a few years back at an estate sale in Boston and according to the label, it’s over 20 years old. Yet, I’ve never had a problem with it. In fact, it’s much more reliable than any of the newer phones I’ve purchased. So it would be comforting to hear that companies are still willing to accommodate rotary customers like myself.