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Talk all you want

Enjoy unlimited local and long distance calling for $20 per month and get the AT&T Wireless Home Phone device for FREE with a new two-year agreement. Plus, get these great calling features at no extra charge!

  • Caller number ID
  • Call forwarding
  • Voicemail

Wireless Home Phone can also be added as an additional line to an AT&T Mobile Share® plan or an existing FamilyTalk® plan.*

Easy to set up – even easier to use

Just insert your telephone cord into the AT&T Wireless Home Phone device, plug the device unit into a power outlet, and you’re ready to make a call. No phone jack or Internet connection required. Set it up in your kitchen, your bedroom, or anywhere you have an available power outlet.

A home phone that goes where you go

If you travel or even move, you don’t have to leave your home phone behind. Just take your AT&T Wireless Home Phone with you and use it wherever you have a strong cellular signal and a power outlet – like a vacation home or RV. It’s that easy!

$100 Credit*

Sign up by April 30, 2014 and get a $100 bill credit when you activate a new line.

That’s like five months of free AT&T Wireless Home Phone Service!**

**AT&T Wireless Home Phone service is $20/month. Taxes, fees and other monthly charges apply. See bill credit details below.

 

AT&T Wireless Home Phone Frequently Asked Questions

 

What is AT&T Wireless Home Phone?

AT&T Wireless Home Phone is a commercial mobile radio service that can be used with home phone equipment in a residence or office, taken on vacation and used in a hotel, or even operated while in motion like in an RV.

 


 

How does AT&T Wireless Home Phone work?

Plug your existing corded or cordless telephone into the AT&T Wireless Home Phone base unit, plug the base unit into a power outlet, turn on the base unit, and you’re ready to make or receive calls. Your voice calls connect to the AT&T wireless network.

 


 

Will AT&T Wireless Home Phone work with a fax machine or home alarm system?

AT&T Wireless Home Phone is a voice-only service and isn’t compatible with services requiring data including fax machines, alarm systems, credit card machines, medical alert systems, or dialup Internet service.

 


 

Can I transfer my existing home phone number?

Yes, you can transfer your home number and even use your existing telephone. If you have DSL Internet and a home phone, please check with your Internet provider first before transferring your phone number to avoid any disruption in service. AT&T Wireless Home Phone may not be compatible with your DVR or satellite TV system – please check with your provider.

 


 

Does AT&T Wireless Home Phone require a broadband Internet connection?

No, AT&T Wireless Home Phone doesn’t require an Internet connection to make or receive calls.

 


 

Is AT&T Wireless Home Phone portable?

Since no telephone wall jack is required, you can use your AT&T Wireless Home Phone anywhere you have a strong cellular signal and available power outlet. Set it up in the kitchen, bedroom -- or even take it with you to a vacation home or in an RV. International roaming is not available.

 


 

Can I make or receive calls during power outages?

Yes, AT&T Wireless Home Phone lets you stay in touch, even if you lose power. The AT&T Wireless Home Phone base unit is equipped with a backup battery allowing for up to 3.5 hours of talk time and 36 hours of standby time. As long as your home telephone doesn’t require an electrical outlet, you’ll be able to make or receive calls.

 


 

Does AT&T Wireless Home Phone work with 911 service?

911 calls are routed based on the wireless network’s automatic location technology, but you may have to provide your location address to emergency responders.