AT&T* customers have more options for affordable, no-commitment home phone service with a new, prepaid option for AT&T Wireless Home Phone, beginning March 22.
AT&T Wireless Home Phone allows customers to complete calls from their existing home phone handset using the AT&T wireless network instead of a landline connection. Customers can keep their existing home phone number and handsets, and Wireless Home Phone is portable so you can take your home phone with you to other locations in the United States.
Wireless Home Phone customers can add their home phone line to an existing FamilyTalk plan for $9.99 per month or choose unlimited nationwide calling for $19.99 per month, and the Wireless Home Phone device is free with a two-year commitment.
New, prepaid options for Wireless Home Phone, available beginning March 22, include:
“Since we launched and expanded the availability of Wireless Home Phone last year, we’ve seen a very positive response from customers looking to save money and get more flexibility on their home phone service,” said Judy Cavalieri, AT&T Mobility vice president of voice and prepaid products. “By offering more choices for Wireless Home Phone, we’re adding even more value to the customer experience, combining all the advantages of our wireless network with the convenience of home phone service and international calling, at an attractive price.”
*AT&T products and services are provided or offered by subsidiaries and affiliates of AT&T Inc. under the AT&T brand and not by AT&T Inc.
The AT&T Wireless Home Phone device is designed to provide service that is consistent with other AT&T wireless devices, but AT&T does not represent that the Wireless Home Phone service will be equivalent to landline phone service. To keep your prepaid service active, you must have enough money in your Wireless Home Phone Prepaid account to renew your rate plan every 30 days. If your account balance is not enough to renew your rate plan, you will be unable to use your rate plan services. 911 calls are routed based on the wireless network’s automatic location technology, but you may have to provide your home address to emergency responders. AT&T recommends that you always have an alternative means of accessing 911 service from your home phone or business during a power or network outage. Corded or cordless landline home phone equipment is not included. AT&T Wireless Home Phone Not compatible with services requiring data including but not limited to home security systems, medical monitoring systems, credit card machines, IP/PBX Phone systems, or dial-up internet service.DSL customers should contact their provider before transferring a phone number to ensure uninterrupted DSL internet service. Other terms and conditions apply.