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You should be looking into VoIP
There are so many ultra cheap solutions after you cut the landline, it's hard not to pass up. This would route your phone calls over your broadband connection. Massively cheap and flexible too.
Pre-paid cellular is now a dime a dozen. What you first need to determine is, which of the major carriers offer service where you reside. In other words, not that they *sell it*, but if they actually have a decent signal where you personally need to use the phone. Look online using the big five carriers' sites and look for their coverage maps. That's how you start the process. Find coverage, then find a pre-paid (or post-paid) provider that suits your needs/budget.
FWIW, you could utilize the free Google Voice service it you need a single number to ring (forward) to a VoIP phone & cellular phone. As has been mentioned already, you will otherwise need to maintain two separate lines if you need multiple cellular phones. Again, this is assuming standard functionality.
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