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Say hello to reliable home phone service.
It's an easy call
With Suddenlink’s home phone service, you can enjoy unlimited local and long distance calling anytime, to anywhere in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam. All for one low, flat monthly rate.
Call around the world
Stay connected to family and friends around the world with international calling, available for as low as $0.08 per minute. Plus our remote dial capability allows you to make international calls from any phone away from home, including your mobile or work phone. There's no reason to not pick up the phone.
We’ve got your number
Want to switch services but keep your current number? We’ve got you covered. And because we can connect you using your existing phone jacks, you won’t have to worry about reinstallation. Plus, Suddenlink TV customers can enjoy Caller ID right on the TV screen.
With enhanced 911, Emergency Services will be provided with all your information in the event you are unable to speak when you call.
Add additional lines
Let your phone plan grow with you. Add additional phone lines to your existing service. Each new line includes unlimited local and long-distance calling and many useful calling features.
Protect yourself against power outages
Unexpected power outages are annoying enough. Avoid losing your phone service during power outages, with our battery backups, which connect to your cable modem to provide standby power and uninterrupted voice service, including connection to emergency 911. Battery backups are available at an additional cost in stores.
Anonymous Call Blocker
Anonymous Call Blocker blocks incoming calls from callers who block their Caller ID information. Those callers can dial *82 to unblock Caller ID.
Block unwanted callers
Provides the subscriber the ability to maintain a list of 10 numbers from which the subscriber does not want to accept incoming calls.
When you get a busy signal, dial *66 to use Busy Redial, and Suddenlink Voice will call you back when the line you're calling is free.
Call Forwarding automatically redirects your incoming calls to a forwarding number so you never miss an important phone call. With Call Forwarding, the incoming call will ring on whatever phone number you choose, like a cell phone or a work number, instead of your Suddenlink Voice line.
Caller ID displays the name and telephone number of the incoming caller, provided they are not blocking that information. This feature requires a Caller ID-compatible telephone or display device.
Caller ID Blocking (*67)
Caller ID Blocking lets you hide your name and number when making a call and is available on a per-call basis. First, dial *67. You should hear a stutter tone indicating that Caller ID Blocking is active. After you hear the stutter tone, proceed to dial the number of the party you are calling.
Caller ID on Suddenlink TV
Suddenlink TV customers with Suddenlink Voice and Suddenlink Online, also get Caller ID on Suddenlink TV, which displays caller ID information on your TV, so you can screen your calls while you’re watching your favorite shows and movies.
Call Return (*69)
Call Return (*69) identifies the last incoming caller to your line. Call Return (*69) will also automatically redial the last incoming telephone number for calls received from other Suddenlink Voice lines and from certain calls within your calling area.
Call Waiting with Caller ID
Call Waiting alerts you of incoming calls with Caller ID information when you’re on the phone and lets you switch back and forth between calls. A tone will alert you of an incoming call. To pick up or to return to your first call, press the hook switch or flash key of your phone.
Consumer directory listing
List your Suddenlink Voice number in 411 and manage directory listings from your Suddenlink Voice homepage. Directory listings are published to Suddenlink Voice Directory Assistance, the National Directory Assistance Database and White Pages directories.
Private outbound calling
Private Outbound Calling hides your name and number on all calls you make. The person you are calling will only see "Private" or a similar message on their caller ID screen. Anonymous calls can also be made on a per-call basis by dialing (*67) before each anonymous call you wish to make.
Three-Way Calling allows you to add a third party to your conversation.