Verizon Wireless Home Phone



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The Verizon Wireless Home Phone connects your existing landline phone to the Verizon 4G LTE network or your Verizon LTE Home Internet connection for reliable, high-quality voice service. It even lets you keep your old phone number. 1 The Wireless Home Phone comes with all the features you've come to expect, including call forwarding, voicemail, fax compatibility and E911. Make the most of it with Verizon, the nation's most awarded network.

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jmjamj - 1 day ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

I got this for my mother several years ago when she went in the nursing home! Perfect and way more affordable than local options. When we changed nursing home there was no fuss moving her box from one place to another! Earlier this year we got my mother in law switched over to this box and saved almost 100.00 from what she was paying for local service. And she kept her same number she had for over 30 years! She has recently been diagnosed with end stage liver/bone cancer and has had to come live with us - we live in another area - but she brought her box and plugged in her phone & was immediately without hassle able to continue making/receiving calls from her own phone and same number! Such a blessing! Highly recommend switching your elderly family members that still have landlines to this- cheaper and so portable without confusing for them or their friends!

Easy set up, Works fine

Backwoodsman - 1 hour ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

Was more than a little skeptical because of reviews, but because the 3g was not going to be supported anymore, I had no choice but to upgrade to the 4g. I received the box, put in the battery, it initialized itself. I kept my old number, which it recognized, and my handset worked exactly like with the 3g system. It kept all the contacts and numbers that I had stored in the handset. So, I basically, had to put in the battery, and plug it in, it did the rest. Couldn't have been any easier. Ohhhh, I made some calls, and they said the phone sounded really good on their end. Hope this helps to ease some worries about this upgrade.

Amazing Speed and Value

Gina - 1 day ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

Flawless internet connection

Works well

Country - 1 hour ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

Works well for a home phone box. Make sure you download the latest software for it (directions in the online user guide), looks like some of the negative issues were addressed. The latest update came out 12/22/20. Only issue I've seen so far is when on the phone and someone else calls it may not show the ID, but that may be the phone itself and not this unit. Our old Verizon box did it too.

Perfect answer to replacing old landline, and often able to keep the original number

willow - 1 day ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

Great service and great price.

MUCH better than the old model

RyanF - 1 day ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

I had a discontinued, older home connect model that was failing. I was never 100% satisfied with the older model, as the call quality wasn't as good as on my iPhone. After reading the reviews for this updated unit, I was a little scared, but ordered one anyways because my I need this type of device for my work. I got the unit to the office, set it up, and could not be happier. This gets significantly better reception (4 bars) than the old unit (3 bars) when placed in the same location. The call quality is much better. So far, I've used it for probably 1000 minutes and have not gotten 1 dropped call. The only negative is that it does not have an external antenna jack. I honestly have no idea why this device has such low reviews...maybe the other reviewers got a defective unit? Or maybe they don't live in an area that has OK cell reception (I get 4/5 bars, and occasionally dips to 3, but no dropped calls at all).

1 Eligibility to port your home number varies. Service is not equivalent to landline phone service and not compatible with any home security systems. Customers must provide their own home or office phone equipment.
2 Based on average battery life under typical usage conditions. Average expected performance based on typical use. Actual battery life depends on factors such as network, features selected, frequency of calls, and voice data, and other application usage patterns. Results may vary.
3 While the Wireless Home Phone does have a backup battery, if the landline phone to which the Wireless Home Phone is connected requires external electric power to operate, service (including the ability to make and receive 911 calls) will not be available during a power outage.
4 You will need at least moderate Verizon Wireless coverage throughout your location to properly use the Wireless Home Phone service. The Wireless Home Phone device is designed to provide coverage at your location that is consistent with other Verizon Wireless devices, but Verizon Wireless does not represent that Wireless Home Phone service will be equivalent to landline phone service.