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Make unlimited calls to USA, Canada and Puerto Rico and get to stay connected with friends and family using our amazing Home Phone service in Los Angeles, CA

For 12 months
  • Get around 13 free amazing calling features along with affordable addons
  • You don’t have to change your number or worry about getting a new number.
  • Get an upgraded 9-1-1 experience.

Internet + Phone

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Internet + Phone

Stay connected to your loved ones through our state of the art internet and home phone connection. Get amazing speeds and connectivity, smart calling features etc, distortion free voice experience with our amazing internet and home phone duo.

For 12 months
  • Free Modem and Internet Security features
  • Get 18+ calling features including free 411 Calling
  • Get unlimited local and long distance calling features in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and more

Cable TV + Internet + Phone

Triple Play: Cable TV plus Internet plus Phone Icon

Cable TV + Internet + Phone

Get the most entertainment and connectivity options available in Los Angeles, CA with the Triple Play. Enjoy more than 200 Cable TV channels including HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, TMC, Starz, STARZ ENCORE, fastest Internet speeds starting at 100 Mbps, and advance Home Phone features.

Per Month
  • Get 200+ channels with HD services that you can avail for free. Enjoy quality entertainment with your favorite channels at home All of this and enjoy Up to 10,000+ On Demand choices
  • Get Free Internet Modem and amazing internet speed that gets you amazing streaming, gaming and other quality stuff including a high end Security Suite to protect you online.
  • Get free Access to EPIX Content.
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Home Phone Service for Less in Los Angeles, CA

Upgrade or add a home phone plan and get a digital home phone service you can count on. Forget about dropped calls, poor connections or added fees. Only clear calls and increased reliability with L.A.’s best phone plans. Plus unbelievable international phone options.Get information on affordable calling features and packages available in LA. Never get another call dropped or have a poor reception when you’re on a call. Also, get up and close with the bundled packages that help you save a lot on your phone bills. Ensure service availability that stays within your budget. Don’t waste your time and money on costly services by other providers.

  • Enhance the way you connect over the phone with amazing calling features.
  • Clear Calls and high end signal availability to ensure you get the best calling experience
  • Cost effective International calling throughout the country and beyond to help reduce your phone bills
  • Customer services that is available 24/7 for instant assistance.
Landline Phone service in Los Angeles, CA

Free call features to maximize your phone experience

Advanced calling features

  • Voicemail
  • 3-Way Calling
  • Call Waiting with Call ID
  • Block Anonymous Calls
  • Accept Selected Callers
  • Caller ID
  • Call Forwarding
  • Speed Dialing
  • Block Unwanted Callers
  • Call Waiting

International Calling

Missing a relative or a loved one living abroad? Call them without any distortions or difficulty to users living beyond the borders. Not only this, get features and cost effective call rates so that there are no more hurdles for you to say Hello! To a loved one residing in any corner of the world. Get the best calling experience throughout your call at all times.

Bring your home phone along for the rides

With advanced call forwarding features, you can re-route calls to your cell phone. Great for when you’re:

  • Caller ID
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Forwarding
  • Speed Dialing
  • Block Unwanted Callers

Discover everything nationwide calling phone plans with high reliability, clear voice quality and advanced calling features have to offer in Los Angeles, CA

911 Emergencies

The difference between 911 calls on landlines and cell phones. A landline call goes straight to the call center and they immediately know where you are. With a cell phone call, the dispatcher needs your address. If you’re incapacitated, they may not be able to find your exact location. If you happen to live in a high-density area, or apartment complex, they have no way to find your exact location when calling from a cell phone.

In an emergency, 911 finds you when you call from a landline — your address automatically displays on their screen. For children, babysitters, and even adults, facing an emergency is traumatic enough. Not knowing the address, or being able to speak, may mean emergency personnel don’t arrive in a timely manner, if at all.

Knowing where the phone is during an emergency is highly important. The time it takes to find a cell phone can feel like an eternity when time is critical. (And, what if the battery’s dead? Or it’s in the car?)

If you have kids at home, you need a landline — it’s the most reliable connection to 911. Yes, cell phones are great when you’re on the road and have an emergency; however, cell phone GPS systems cannot compete with the accuracy and dependability of a landline 911 connection. For your family’s safety, is going without a landline worth the risk?

Natural Disasters

The possibility for natural disasters to cause damage to cellular towers, forcing loss of power or interference is very real. The cellular system may also be congested during a disaster, meaning the likelihood of getting through to emergency services or loved ones on a landline phone instead of a cell phone is more probable.

Voice Quality

The quality of a conversation is much better on a landline than a cell phone. In fact, we joke amongst ourselves that, if cell phones were all we had and someone came along with a new invention called a landline, that person would be hailed as a hero, win a Nobel prize and sell his company for several billion dollars in much the same way that television went from wireless to cable.

Conversations count!

When talking on the phone, enjoy:

A crisp, crystal clear connection 24/7/365

Dropped calls, constant buzzing, and wondering if the other person can hear you

It’s all about the conversation, so make it count! A landline connection offers you the highest quality voice transmissions – all the time – anywhere in the comfort of your home.

(Word of CAUTION to those who like to crinkle paper or pretend the connection is bad to end a conversation – it won’t work when you’re on a landline, so don’t try it at home. It only works in the movies!)

Natural Disasters

Sit back, relax and enjoy the convenience of knowing the standard landline is going to work — plain and simple. No worries about whether you have minutes left or what to do when the battery dies. Because you have a landline, most likely you also have multiple phones plugged in, so there’s always one ready.

Tired of picking up the phone and being your teenager’s personal assistant? Add Caller ID, or distinctive ring tones. Who knows, you might even find out who’s calling your kids (and why). Did you know Web-savvy teens still prefer a landline? Check it out.

Connect to the Internet

To get online you need a computer and a landline phone line. No landline, no DSL. Dial-up connections don’t work either. It’s plain and simple.

(Hey, this may seem obvious but we’ve seen it happen. Someone disconnects the landline to save a few bucks and then wonders why their DSL doesn’t work anymore … it’s all connected!)

The Power’s Out – Not the Conversation

Sit back, light a candle and keep on talking, even when the power goes out. Just switch to the traditional corded phone you keep for emergencies. (You know, that dusty phone with the squiggly cord in your back bedroom? That’s the one!) It’ll work from any phone jack even when the power’s out — the phone company has an emergency back-up system that powers the phone jacks, just not wireless home phones.

When the power’s out, a landline phone connection will work more than 99.9 percent of the time. It’s required by the FCC. This means you can still reach 911 and friends and family; they can all reach you, too. Even if a major storm (tornado or hurricane) comes through the area. It might take out the cell tower, but it can’t take out the underground phone lines.


Never use your wireless phone to give out credit card or other critical data. (No kidding, this is serious business!)

Did you know that some cellular phones use radio frequencies, which can be easily intercepted? Eavesdroppers use simple devices, (e.g., scanners or other cell phones) to intercept the analog radio waves that carry wireless calls. Then, they listen to your private conversations, write down your credit card information, and find out when you’ll be on vacation to plan their evil deeds.
— With a landline — you have privacy!

Get free incoming calls

All incoming calls are free on a landline for as long as you talk, no matter what time it is. No network to sign up for. No limitations. No worries about running out of minutes listening to mom talk about Aunt Pat, Uncle Rudy, or Grandpa.

If you think the price of your local phone service is too high, check again. New bundled pricing and other incentives are making the traditional landline cost effective. (Really, it’s true.)

Home Protection

Today, many home security systems only work if a landline phone is in operation. Why? Because the home’s fire and burglar alarm systems are hardwired into the phone system to automatically alert authorities. (Hint: Security companies know how dependable the landline system is – that’s why they depend on it to protect you. Shouldn’t you?

Much of the Eastern Sierras region between Carson City, Nevada and Barstow, California is dependent on decades-old telephone infrastructure and has limited, insufficient broadband middle mile capabilities, leaving wide swaths of the Central Valley and eastern California unserved. The California Broadband Cooperative’s Digital 395 Middle Mile project proposes to build a new 553-mile, 10 Gbps middle-mile fiber network that would mainly follow U.S. Route 395 between southern and northern California. In addition to 36 municipalities, the project’s proposed service area encompasses six Indian reservations and two military bases. More than 230 community anchor institutions would be directly connected at speeds of 10 Mbps, with 2.5 Gbps and higher capacity fiber-based services offered to the region’s last mile providers to expand or enhance service to households and businesses.

Digital 395 Middle Mile also proposes to:

  • Connect community anchor institutions, including 35 public safety entities, 47 K-12 schools, 13 libraries, two community colleges, and 2 universities, the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory, the White Mountain Research Station, 15 healthcare facilities, and 104 government offices.
  • Spur affordable broadband access for local consumers and businesses, including up to 26,000 households, 2,500 businesses by enabling local Internet service providers to utilize the project’s open network.
  • Enable access to educational, medical, and commercial applications for isolated populations on six Indian reservations: Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley; Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Reservation; Fort Independence Reservation; Benton Paiute Tribe; Bishop Paiute Tribe; and Bridgeport Indian Colony.
  • Interconnect and collaborate with BTOP awardees Plumas Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative and Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe to create a network peering node and establish a true regional network.

Cellular Home Security Versus Landline Home Security Systems

A landline home security system utilizes wired-phone lines to connect your home security system to the company’s monitoring center. Advantages of landline home security system include a more stable connection between the two points. Unlike cellular home security connections that could be affected by external factors such as the environment and interference, landline home security connections are secure and stable.