Buy Landline Telephone
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INDIANAPOLIS -- Chances are if you have the internet in your home, you are leasing equipment from your broadband provider. It's a common practice that we often forget. But what about your landline? Are you renting your telephone? Or perhaps you're asking, "Who still has a landline?"
For the first time, Indiana Bell offered customers the option to purchase their own landline telephone. Users could buy a new phone from a retailer or purchase one of three models offered by Indiana Bell.
No. Community Phone is not a copper wire landline service. In fact, we pride ourselves on providing reliable home phone service based on cellular signal that is available in 99% of the USA, even in those parts of the country where traditional landline providers are cutting copper cables. Most of the large, nationwide copper cable landline providers are discontinuing service in 2021 across the entire USA in those communities that they consider to be "unprofitable." Community Phone is a great solution if you live in one of the affected areas.
No. Community Phone is not a VoIP provider and it does not sell internet-based voice service. Our landline base uses cellular signals to connect to towers near your home or business to provide reliable local and nationwide calling service. Our system does not require an internet connection, and is a great choice for customers who are not connected to the internet.
Our landline service doesn't require any installation and there are never any technicians involved. Your new landline base is easy to set up yourself. All you need to do when you take it out of the box is raise the antennas to an upright position, insert the backup battery, plug your base into a power outlet, and plug your phone into the back of the base. That's it! You're ready to make your first call. If you need any help, our customer service representatives will be happy to offer assistance. We're always only a phone call away.
Except for fax machines and caption phones, any corded or cordless phone compatible with a traditional copper wire landline is compatible with Community Phone's landline base. You may use your existing handset, or you may purchase one from us when you order your landline base.
If you plan to use your Community Phone base in a location other than your shipping or billing address, please let our sales representatives know so they can help you make sure we have coverage in that area. Unlike a traditional landline, your Community Phone base is not tied to a particular location and you can move it from one location to another provided you have electrical power and cellular coverage.
Our landline base is not currently compatible with any caption phones from Captel, CaptionCall, ClearCaptions, or any other brand. These phones usually require a copper cable landline or VoIP service. Before becoming a Community Phone member, please check with your caption phone provider to learn what its requirements are.
Our landline base is not compatible with landline-based home security systems, but it is important to note that modern alarm systems do not require a landline to function. If your home already relies on a phone-powered alarm system you will need to contact your home security provider to ask about your landline requirements or upgrade your alarm system before becoming a Community Phone member.
Our landline base is not compatible with medical alert systems that require a landline to function. If you are looking for a landline phone to power a medical alert system like LifeAlert, MobileHelp, LifeFone, or a similar provider, we recommend you first verify what the technical requirements for such a system are. In most cases they will require a traditional copper cable landline.If you are already a Community Phone member and you are looking to get a medical alert system, look for one that connects to cellular towers. These systems work almost the same way as landline-based solutions, except for the fact that they rely on a wireless c