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Use Wireless Home Phone

Instead of a landline, Wireless Home Phone powers your home phone service through the AT&T LTE wireless network.


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Using your phone

Heads up: As of November 17, 2017, we no longer offer Wireless Home Phone for new activations.  Learn about other AT&T wireless home services options.

If you already have Wireless Home Phone service, you can still:
  • Make and receive calls - Use 10-digit dialing for domestic calls. For the best signal, place your Wireless Home Phone near a window.
  • Set up voicemail - Wait at least 5 minutes after turning on your device before setting up voicemail. Press 1 on any phone connected to the Wireless Home Phone and wait a few seconds. Follow the prompts to create a password and record your greeting.
  • Check voicemail messages - Press 1 and wait a few seconds. Follow the prompts to get and manage your messages. You may have to enter your password each time you check voicemail. If you need to check voicemail messages while away from home, just call your Wireless Home Phone number. When your voicemail greeting plays, press * and enter your password.
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Manage your account

Use the myAT&T app1 on your device or sign in to myAT&T on a computer to manage your account.
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Troubleshooting

If you’re having problems with your Wireless Home Phone, we've got help for you.
  1. Go to Device Support.
  2. Select your Wireless Home Phone or Wireless Home Phone (AT&T Homebase) device to view instructions and videos.

 

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