Wireless Home Phone FAQs

Wireless Home Phone is similar to a mobile phone, where a SIM card is inserted into the Wireless Home Phone device to connect to the Rogers wireless network – so you can take your home phone service with you to anywhere in Canada, from the car to the cottage! (Except in areas with extended coverage.)

Interested in Wireless Home Phone? Looking for Ignite Home Phone support? Visit the Ignite Home phone Support page here.

How do I set up voicemail on my Wireless Home Phone?

Just follow these easy steps:

  1. To access your voicemail, hold down the 1 key on the keypad of your home phone handset or dial *98.
  2. Follow the prompts to set up a new password and personalize your greeting (or you can use the default message).

How do I know when I’ve received a voicemail on my Wireless Home Phone?

When you receive voicemails, the light indicator on your wireless device will start blinking. You can refer to your user guide to learn more about your wireless device’s specific light indicator.

How do I check voicemail on my Wireless Home Phone?

You can check your Wireless Home Phone voicemail either by using your home phone handset from almost anywhere in Canada, or by using another phone from almost anywhere in or outside of Canada.

Learn more about how to check voicemail on your Wireless Home Phone here.

How can I change my Wireless Home Phone voicemail password?

You have 3 options for changing the password for your Wireless Home Phone voicemail:

  1. Directly from your wireless device
  2. Using MyRogers on your desktop
  3. Using the MyRogers app

Learn more about how to change your Wireless Home Phone voicemail password here.

Can I make international long distance calls using Wireless Home Phone?

You can make any U.S. or international calls from your Wireless Home Phone. Calls can be made either to a land line or a mobile number. There are various rates based on the country you call, or there are two long distance packages offered to give you lower long distance rates.

Learn more about international long distance calling on your Wireless Home Phone here.