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Starting at

$ 10.00 /mo

TV + Voice

Starting at

$ 59.99 /mo

Internet + TV + Voice

Starting at

$ 89.99 /mo

Find home phone service in your area with Allconnect

Allconnect helps you shop and compare the home phone options available near you. We’ll show you landline phone service providers in your area, along with plans and prices to choose from.

Our partners include well-known home phone service providers like AT&T, Verizon and Spectrum, which means you’ll get quality service at affordable prices. And no matter which phone plan you select, Allconnect is always free to use.

With Allconnect, finding the right home phone plan is simple. Here’s how:

1. Search

Use your address to search landline phone service providers by ZIP code.

2. Compare

Compare plans and features from local and long distance phone service providers in your area.

3. Order

Select your new home phone service provider. Give us a call to place your order.


How to compare and shop landline providers

Whether you’re moving to a new home or want to add a home phone line to your current residence, Allconnect makes it easy to order and get connected in no time.

Here’s what you need to keep in mind when shopping for home telephone service:

Included features and devices: Check which services are included with your plan and see if you can include any additional features you might want. Spectrum and Verizon plans, for example,come with features like:

  • Unlimited calling

  • Priority ringing

  • Call blocking

  • Caller ID

  • Call waiting

Price: Know what your rate is going to be once the introductory period ends. Look at the monthly service fees, consider the upfront installation fees and see if your provider will waive them or offer rebates. You can also save even more money when you bundle your home phone, TV and internet together in one package. Single-service providers like DIRECTV and DISH will often partner with providers like HughesNet to offer bundle deals that are comparable to those of full service providers like Spectrum and AT&T.

Contract terms and lengths: Read the fine print on your home phone’s contract length. Confirm that you are committing to a contract for a specified amount of time and if there will be any early-cancellation fees.

Add-ons and bonuses: Companies often offer bonus incentives when you bundle home services. Ask about any deals, discounts, rebates, credits or cash-back offers your home phone provider can offer by bundling home phone with your TV and internet services.

Check out some pros and cons of  a few home phone service providers that may be available in your area. Providers like AT&T and Spectrum offer standalone home phone plans with TV and internet bundling options. However, Verizon landline service is not offered as a single service and must be bundled with Verizon internet.


Pros and cons of AT&T phone


✓ Single-service phone plans start at $28.12*

✓ No contract commitment

✓ Unlimited local calling


X Limited calling features, add-ons and bonuses


Pros and cons of Spectrum phone


✓ Single-service phone plans start at $29.99*

✓ No contract commitment

✓ 28 calling features, including: Call Forwarding, Block Anonymous Calls, Block Caller ID and more.

✓ Bundles best with Spectrum TV and internet to save


X Service is carried through phone lines, so you may experience weather-related service outages 


Pros and cons of Verizon phone


✓ Calling features include: Home Voicemail, Call Waiting and Caller ID

✓ Pair with Verizon TV for extra savings


X Not as cost-effective as other phone service plans

X No standalone phone plans are available. Phone service must be bundled with internet service.

X 1-year contract is mandatory with service

X Limited calling features

Getting the most value out of your home phone service is easier than you think. Call now to shop plans available in your area from nationwide phone companies – such as AT&T, Verizon and Spectrum.

Why you still need home phone service

In the age of cellphones and other smart devices, having a home phone line is still important for many reasons. Here are some of the biggest benefits to keeping your home phone service:

  • Better voice quality and reception: Compared to their mobile counterparts, you can usually get a better signal reception on a home phone since it’s a hardwired connection.

  • Faster and more accurate responses for 911 emergencies: A home phone is already connected to your address, including your specific apartment number. This means the 911 operator already knows exactly where to send help – even if you’re unable to speak.

  • Save on your home utilities: Having a home phone line may decrease your overall home utilities bill when bundled with your TV and internet services. Plus, it’s cheaper to share one home phone line than having multiple cell lines for each member of your household.

A smarter, connected home: Most modern home phones now have advanced features that integrate seamlessly with the other devices already in your home. You can now get universal caller ID on your TV and smartphones. Using a Bluetooth connection, your home phone can notify you of incoming texts on your cell phone, and you can even use it to make or take cell calls.

Common home phone service questions

What is a landline?

A landline phone, commonly referred to as a home phone, is a type of phone service that transmits audio data through a wire or fiber optic cable.

What is digital phone service?

Digital phone service uses cable or a digital phone network to make phone calls. Digital phone service often comes with advanced features like Caller ID, Call Waiting, Three-Way Calling and more.

Do I still need a home phone?

While home phones aren’t completely necessary if you have a cell phone, there are some reasons why you might want to have one. Home phones tend to have better voice quality and reception since they are hardwired directly into the phone network. Landline phones are also often faster and more accurate in emergency situations.

What are the cheapest home phone providers?

Home phone service is relatively inexpensive in general, but the following service providers are known for their affordable home phone service:

  • AT&T


  • Spectrum

Can I get a phone only plan?

Most service providers offer standalone home phone service, so you don’t have hook up internet and TV as well. Call Allconnect to see what home phone options are available in your area.

Pricing per month plus taxes for length of contract. Additional fees and terms may apply. Pricing varies by location and availability. All prices subject to change at any time. May or may not be available based on service address. Speeds may vary. As of 4/6/18.

Last updated on 04/06/18.