Verizon Wireless Home Phone

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The Verizon Wireless Home Phone connects your existing landline phone to the Verizon 4G LTE network 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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2.2 out of 5 rating

2.2/5

77 reviews

29%

of reviewers recommend this product.

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2 out of 5 rating

fireman · 3 days ago

I would say to people vrizon great company just not for home phone service since 5 G upgrade we must pay for

Device can only program to use unique phone number

3 out of 5 rating

clulu8276 · 11 days ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

We currently have the latest device but want to purchase another one for the bedroom. It turns out we can't use the same phone number for the second device. Fortunately, the customer service associate at the Verizon store suggested us to purchase a wireless home phone unit from, say, Target. Then, we can program it to use our existing box. We will have to give it a try.

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.

Design

depth

1.81 in.

Size

145 x 145 x 46 mm (with rubber foot)

weight

15.87 oz.

Display

LCD size 1.77 inch, Resolution 128 (RGB)*160, Display mode Normally white, Pixel pitch 0.073(W)*0.219(H), Active area 28.03(W)*35.04(H)

Battery

Battery

Li-ion Rechargeable Battery Pack 2900mAH

Performance

Processor

GCT GDM7243Q

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WHPLVP2

What's in the box

  • Wireless Home Phone Model #: LVP2
  • Standard li battery
  • Wall charger
  • RJ11 cable
  • Quick reference guide

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.

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2 out of 5 rating

fireman · 3 days ago

I would say to people vrizon great company just not for home phone service since 5 G upgrade we must pay for

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Device can only program to use unique phone number

3 out of 5 rating

clulu8276 · 11 days ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

We currently have the latest device but want to purchase another one for the bedroom. It turns out we can't use the same phone number for the second device. Fortunately, the customer service associate at the Verizon store suggested us to purchase a wireless home phone unit from, say, Target. Then, we can program it to use our existing box. We will have to give it a try.

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Garbage !!!

1 out of 5 rating

Trish · 18 days ago

I’ve had the old 3g device for almost 15 years with no problems ever. Now that I’ve upgraded to this new device I no longer have dependable phone service. Incoming calls frequently go straight to voicemail, and do no even register as a received call. Calls randomly drop while on the phone giving me either dead air or a rapid busy signal. Verizon has replaced a dependable product with a piece if garbage.

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Doesn’t work and no support

1 out of 5 rating

Linda · 19 days ago

I was told by Verizon that I had to upgrade to this. I followed the setup instructions and all I got was a message saying it was having trouble activating my device with a number to call for support. I’ve tried multiple times and the number doesn’t work. There is no troubleshooting for this. I’m likely going to switch providers after this experience

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Works Well

4 out of 5 rating

Rocket Rod · 21 days ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

The 4G Wireless Home Phone unit works well. It integrates well with the resident Panasonic cordless phone system. Voices are clear. The signal is easy to read. The display could be larger and the multipurpose buttons could be could be better laid out as multiple buttons. Activation required help from customer service. The Panasonic based voicemail is used instead of the Verizon voicemail. Caller ID flows from the Panasonic phonedirectory. After set up, no further attention is needed.

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new LVP2 drops calls, doesn't allow us to leave vm on AT&T cell phones

1 out of 5 rating

sfiv2 · 1 month ago

Previous black box worked fine. New lvp2 is very poor, drops calls, doesn't let us leave vm on ather family & friends AT&T cell phones (they switched to AT&T due to very poor Verizonn service/customer service) Have spent hours trying to get verizon support, sit on hold mostly, then when they do pick get cut off before can even explain the issues.

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Works fine

4 out of 5 rating

Cal9 · 1 month ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

I have had this for six months with very few problems. It only gets 2 or 3 bars, but have never had anyone say that they could not reach my phone. My power went out and the base stopped working, but went to the web site and found how to fix it. Works fine. My V-Tec phone system works with it and people can leave messages, no problem. My only complaint is that the light, that shows the time, stays on 24 hours a day. We get the best reception in our bedroom so I have to cover the base up at night or our bedroom is lite up.

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Well pleased, great unit, minor issues, sorry I waited so long.

5 out of 5 rating

SteveR · 1 month ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

So far, I am well pleased with the unit. This is a replacement for a Verizon Home Connect made by Huawei (M#F256WW) that is over 10 years old. I usually don’t write reviews for products & services I use but I felt compelled with this unit because of a lot of bad reviews I saw. I held off buying the Wireless Home Phone LVP2 because of this. I wish I had purchased sooner! My only complaints about the old unit were no fax service and some static. I really liked that I could take the device with me on a trip hooked up to a AT&T TR1909 Trimline phone. I could see if we had any messages and also make some calls without using my cellphone (I don’t like giving my cellphone number to just anyone). I located the Wireless Home Phone LVP2 in the same place the old Home Connect was. I now get more bars than before. If you don’t have a good wireless signal on your cell phone this might not work for you. That may be the issue some people are having. Setup was a bit of a pain because it did not connect automatically so I had to call Verizon. After that it worked fine. I encountered two issues. My old digital answering machine would not work with the new unit but I found that one of my phones with an answering machine built in did so I am using that. We prefer a local answering machine rather than the Verizon voice mail. The other issue was that one of the phones (AT&T CL4940) with caller id did not show the caller id info. I replaced it with a Vtech CS6649-2 & added an additional handset (Vtech CS6609). I also decided to replace 2 other phones w/o caller id with 2 new ones (Cortelco 9125). These two allow both speaker & headset to be used. The other phones I have are an AT&T TR1909 Trimline and a AT&T CL2909. The caller id on both these phones works with the Wireless Home Phone LVP2. None of these various phones have any static. Because these phones are either battery or AC powered they all ring when someone calls. They are all connected to my in house wiring (old landline system) and the new Wireless Home Phone is connected into that system via a phone jack. When I got the old Verizon Home Connect, Verizon told me I had to use a wireless system like the Vtech CS6649-2 connected directly to the unit but I found that as long as I had self powered phones (battery or AC) they work fine connected via the house wiring. I know as an electrician that the old landline phones require 25v from the phone company for a dial tone & 75v to ring a phone. Probably why I was told to connect a wireless phone system to the Home Connect. I have not tried faxing anything but I was able to setup my fax machine and seems to be OK. One thing I wish were different, it would be nice if the screen on the Wireless Home Phone LVP2 were larger. There is plenty of room. More than one button to control the unit would be nice as well. Bottom line, if you have a decent cell signal in your house I believe you will find this device very useful as I do. Hope this helps with your decision.

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Don't waste your time or money

1 out of 5 rating

Reggie · 1 month ago

This is the worst box I have had with Verizon, constantly resetting, was told our cordless phones needed replacing and add a antenna booster, well they made me waste money, because these are simply JUNK. I even have a signal booster. My old box worked just fine. JUST PLAIN JUNK!!!

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New white box a mess.

2 out of 5 rating

Nancy · 1 month ago

Hate this 4 G box. This box ignores my answering machine. Worked fine with the previous black box. Looks like the geniuses have struck again.

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Frequently asked questions

TiffanyMay 3, 2022

Can I use an external antenna to improve signal reception?

Verizon Customer Support - 2 days

Indoor solutions such as Network Extenders and Signal Boosters can aid with signal reception. For more info click on these links: - Network Extender: https://www.verizon.com/support/network-extender-basics/ - Signal Booster: https://www.verizon.com/solutions-and-services/accessories/register-signal-booster/ ~Gilbert

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JohnMay 0, 2022

How to remove the battery

mikeMay 3, 2022

Why can't I make conference call? why is the volume so low? can barely hear a call. also when talking on the phone and someone beep in it doesn't show who is calling. Please help asap thanks

Verizon Customer Support - 10 days

To get assistance on your account please reach out to us via our customer support platforms like, Facebook, Messenger, or on our Twitter account @VZWsupport. ~Christian

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WHPLVP2May 4, 2022

How can I disable Verizon home phone answering service.. I’ve tried everything

Verizon Customer Support - 14 days

The voicemail answering service is a feature on your line. Please reach out to Customer Care at 1-800-922-0204 or through Social Media to assist with your request. *Joshua

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May 3, 2022

hOW do I bring my old phone number to wireless home phone service?

May 3, 2022

hOW do I bring my old phone number to wireless home phone service?

PuzzledMay 2, 2022

Why doesn't call forwarding work?

Verizon Customer Support - 16 days

We know how important it is to ensure your call features are working. For further assistance please reach out to us via Facebook or Twitter. -Shelly

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MickMay 0, 2022

How do I set up the voicemail on my wireless home phone?

Verizon Customer Support - 19 days

@Mick , To access and set up voicemail, please dial *86 and follow the prompts. -Russell

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Mark GJun 4, 2021

How many hours can I expect the battery to last during a power outage? Can the battery be replaced?

Nanny1May 6, 2021

We may caller calls in they hear one ring. On the house end it rings as it should. How do you i remedy this issue?

Verizon Customer Support - 12 months

Please reach our to us for additional assistance by calling 800-922-0204. - Tanisha

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