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Why keep a landline home phone service?

While many use a cell phone as their sole means of communication, landline phone service offers benefits like low cost and reliability that make having home phone service an appealing option for many.

Whether you choose a digital phone line or a basic landline, some of the best reasons to keep your home phone service include:

  • Better voice quality and reception – Compared to their mobile counterparts, you can usually get a better signal reception with landline phone service since it’s a hardwired connection.
  • Faster and more accurate responses for 911 emergencies – Landline phone service 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.
  • Bundle deals and savings – Providers offer discounts on double or triple service bundles that can be more cost-effective than standalone plans. 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 other devices in your home.
  • Easier long distance calling – Landline phone plans can offer a greater value on long distance calling versus costly cellular roaming charges or call cards.

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What companies offer landline phone services?

Check out some home phone service providers that may be available in your area.

Consider other factors like calling features, local and unlimited calling coverage and availability of standalone home phone plans.

ProvidersCheapest planStarting price*Calling coverageCalling features
AT&T Phone Unlimited North America$22/mo. (when bundled with internet)Unlimited calling nationwide and to Mexico, Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Northern MarianasCaller ID & Call Waiting

Basic Home Phone$23.34/mo.Unlimited local callingNone
Voice Premier$29.99/mo.Unlimited nationwide calling14+ calling features
Frontier Communications
Voice Service$10/mo. (when bundled with internet)Unlimited calling nationwide and to Mexico and Canada20+ calling features
Spectrum Voice$29.99/mo.Unlimited calling nationwide and to Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and more28+ calling features
Verizon Fios
Digital Voice Unlimited$20/mo.Unlimited calling nationwide and to Canada and Puerto Rico20+ calling features
Xfinity logo
Xfinity Voice$30/mo.Unlimited nationwide calling12+ calling features

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Explore cheap landline phone service without internet

If you’re interested in cheap landline phone service without internet, it may be difficult to find exactly what you’re looking for. Many providers nowadays only offer traditional landline home phone service as an add-on option to internet and TV plans. Certain providers, however, offer standalone home phone plans in specific areas that don’t require the purchase of additional services. Check out a few that may be available in your area.

Cheapest landline services without internet

  • CenturyLink – Basic Home Phone starting at $23.34/mo.*
  • Cox – Voice Premier starting at $29.99/mo.*
  • Spectrum – Spectrum Voice Basic service starting at $29.99/mo.*
  • Verizon Fios – Digital Voice Unlimited Plan starting at $20/mo.*
  • Xfinity – Xfinity Voice Local starting at $34.95/mo.*

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Pros and cons of top home phone service providers

Considering more than one home phone service provider near you? Check out some pros and cons of a few that may be available in your area.

AT&T phone


  • Unlimited calling in the U.S., Mexico, Canada and U.S. territories
  • 20+ integrated calling features


  • Digital phone service has to be bundled with at least internet or TV and is not offered as a standalone service like traditional landline service

CenturyLink phone


  • Basic local and unlimited long distance plans available
  • More than 10 calling features including Caller ID, 3-Way Calling, Call Forwarding and Voicemail


  • Basic Home Phone plan does not include long distance calling or any calling features

Frontier phone


  • Per minute and unlimited plans offered
  • More than 20 custom calling features
  • Unlimited U.S. and Canadian calling with select bundles


  • Standalone phone plans available in limited areas

Spectrum phone


  • Single-service phone plans available
  • 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


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

Verizon Fios phone


  • Calling features include: Caller ID, Enhanced Call Forwarding, Locate Me, Calendar Synchronization and more
  • Pair with Verizon Fios internet or TV for extra savings


  • Pricing can be more expensive than other providers
  • No standalone phone plans are available. Phone service must be bundled with internet or TV service

Xfinity phone


  • Standalone home phone plans available
  • No contract required
  • 1-year price guarantee
  • Talk to places like Canada, China, India, Mexico, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore and Puerto Rico


  • 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.

What are landline phone features?

Home phone calling features are great, but what do they all mean and what can you do with them? Check out some popular calling features that may be available with your phone plan and how to use them.

  • Caller ID – See the name and number of an incoming call before you answer the phone.
  • Call Waiting – Uses a special tone to notify you of an incoming call while you’re on another call. Also allows you to switch between the two calls, placing the other on hold.
  • Call Waiting ID – Identify the name and number of an incoming call while you are on another call.
  • Do Not Disturb – Control when you receive incoming calls and prevent unwanted interruptions.
  • Busy Redial or *66 – When you receive a busy signal, you can use this feature to automatically redial the number for up to 30 minutes and alert you when the line is free.
  • Three-way Calling – Have a three-way “conference call” by adding a third party to your conversation.
  • Speed Dialing – Instantly call friends, family and colleagues – even if you don’t remember their phone numbers.
  • Call Return or *69 – Identify and automatically redial the last incoming caller on your line.
  • Call Block – Block calls from specific phone numbers and callers.
  • Anonymous Call Rejection/Anonymous Call Block – Works with Caller ID feature to reject calls from those that have blocked their caller information.
  • Call Forwarding – Redirects your incoming calls to a local or long distance forwarding number so you never miss an important call.
  • VIP/Priority Ringing/Distinctive Ring – Designate a special ringtone to each of the numbers in your contacts so you always know who’s calling without picking up the phone.

Your calling features will vary based on your home phone service provider and which plan you select. Call today to see which providers, plans and features are available near you.

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. Popular landline providers include AT&T, CenturyLink, Cox, Frontier, Spectrum, Verizon and Xfinity. Landline phone services are commonly available as either a standalone service or part of an internet bundle.

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 depending on your home phone provider and plan selection.

Will landline service disrupt my internet connection?

Landline service will not be disrupted as long as you have a cablesatelliteDSLfiber or wireless internet connection. Dial-up internet service, however, uses your phone line to transmit data. If you have dial-up, using your internet will prohibit you from using your landline phone service and vice versa.

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:

Can I use my landline phone service to make long distance and international calls?

Whether or not you can make long distance and international calls depends on your home phone service provider and your plan. Many providers, like Spectrum, offer unlimited local and limited long distance calling with home phone service. International calls are usually available for an additional monthly fee.

Do I need a landline phone for internet?

Some types of internet, such as DSL and dial-up, require a phone line for service. Depending on the DSL provider, you may not have to pay for home phone service to get internet. This is because DSL internet uses different frequency bands than your home phone. Dial-up internet, however, does require an active home phone service to connect to the internet.

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