Customers can assign their existing landline number to the device, and any incoming and outgoing calls will be carried over Consumer Cellular’s wireless network.
The Wireless Home Base Device is available for $35, and service cost is $10 a month if added as an additional line to an existing Consumer Cellular account.
What phone service is Consumer Cellular?
Consumer Cellular piggybacks on two GSM-based networks: AT&T and T-Mobile. That gives the carrier nationwide reach and fairly dependable service, as both AT&T and T-Mobile rated highly in our recent survey of network speed tests. Consumer Cellular offers full LTE speeds, so your data won’t be slowed.
Is Consumer Cellular any good?
Expect friendly and helpful support. Overall: Consumer Cellular doesn’t compete with the big providers (like Verizon, AT&T, and Metro by T-Mobile) in terms of data, but it does offer affordable low-data plans with surprisingly good coverage and speeds.
What is wireless home phone service?
A wireless home phone service is a service that allows a regular wired telephone to connect to a cellular network, as if it were a mobile phone. It is an example of a wireless last mile connection to the public switched telephone network, also known as a wireless local loop.
How does a wireless home phone base work?
Simply plug the wireless home phone base into the wall. Then, plug your home phone into the base, and you can make and receive calls as you normally would, using Consumer Cellular’s nationwide wireless networks. It’s fast and easy to use. The home phone base is lightweight, and completely portable.