Looking for a high quality home phone experience that’s also budget-friendly? You can hang up that old landline for good and pickup Digital Home Phone, powered by VoIP.
Digital Home Phone works pretty much the same as a landline, except instead of relying on phone wiring, it allows you to chat with your friends and family through your internet connection. VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol technology works by transferring audio signals into digital signals and vice versa.
All packages include the following features you’d typically have to pay an arm or a leg for:
Call display – See who’s calling
Call forwarding – Pass it on or take a call on the go
Call waiting – We get it, you’re popular
Three-way calling – 3 is not always a crowd
Voicemail – You can even get recordings forwarded to your email
Choose from 3 affordable plan options that can help you stay in touch with
friends and family, no matter where they may be.
Only making local calls? Get unlimited calling anywhere in Canada so that you can stay chatty, coast to coast.
Unlimited calling across Canada and the 48 contiguous states to keep you connected with your friends and family stateside.
Why not get all the benefits of a traditional home phone, and then some, all for less money?
Most standard corded or cordless home phone sets will work with our digital adapter, so switching over is super easy.
Save up to $30/month or more compared to equivalent landline plans. You can start a vacation fund with those savings!
You like your freedom. We get that. That’s why all of our services are charged on a month-to-month basis. No contract required.
If you ever experience an issue with your service, our Customer Experience Group is available to help you out 24/7/365.
Tired of charging your cell phone 3 times a day due to work calls? Digital Home Phone may just be the solution to your low-battery blues.
The emergency 911 service provided with our Digital Home Phone plans differ in a number of ways from the traditional 911 service available with most traditional phone lines. For more information about the differences and limitations please see www.start.ca/support/digital-phone/911
Check out our frequently asked questions and contact us if you still need help.
Unfortunately, yes. Unlike some landlines which pull power from the telephone wiring, Digital Home Phone does require a power source.
Voicemails are stored as MP3 files with a limit of 160 minutes of space. Voicemails can be accessed through a remote service, delivered directly to your email inbox, or both. Voicemails older than one year will be automatically removed from the system.