Home Phone without the landline 

It’s works on any internet connection and can be used on an existing home phone, on your mobile and on a device. This means you can bounce calls to a mobile phone when your not at home or the broadband is off. You can also manage your account, including voicemail from a web portal or your smart phone, giving you total control over your calls, lines and phones.

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Smart Home Phone

Cost of calls – Landline / Mobile
UK –  Free / Free
Ireland –  Free / Free
USA –  Free / Free
Australia  –  Free / Free
Poland – 1.4ppm / 6.5ppm
India – 2.8ppm / 3.5ppm
China – 2.5ppm / 2.5ppm

  • Inbound Calls
    Local number 01, 02 or 03 number or port existing number
  • Outbound Calls
    2000 minutes to UK mobile and landline plus Ireland, USA, Canada and Australia.
  • Auto Redirects
    Bounce calls to mobile when not at home
  • Free Phone adapter or cordless home phone
    Fully configured for you, simply plug in and call. 
  • Voicemail
    Online Portal, to the app & Email .wav attachments
  • Emergency Calling
    Address registry for 999 compatibility 

£24 a month


Standard – £48 one off fee per phone
The essential adapter that turns your existing phone into an internet phone. 

Or upgrade to a new Corded Internet (VoIP) Phone
Premium Snom handset with capacity for two internet phone lines, a sleek desktop form featuring a black and white backlit graphical display. 

Or upgrade to a new Cordless Internet (VoIP) Phone 
Premium Gigaset Cordless Handset & dual PSTN/VoIP DECT Base Station with the ability to connect to a landline and internet phone at the same time. 

That's not all

Available Addons

Mobile App Access your homephone from your mobile, anywhere with voicemail and settings + £FREE a month
Online Portal Web access to your homephone, voicemail and settings + £FREE a month
Extra Phone Setup a second phone (adaptor required) + £FREE a month
Extra Number Need a second number? No problem + £5 a month
Extra Minutes Extra 2000 minutes + £10 a month

Important Information – Minimum Term Contract

A minimum term contract of 18 months is required. This commitment from our customers is equal to the amount of investment we’ve spent in order to build and operate your new network. We are unlikely to break even until the 18th month after deployment so instead of raising our monthly pricing or doubling our installation fees – we can’t make it any fairer than that.

This does mean if your contract is cancelled during the minimum term, a early termination fee may be applicable. This is typically equal to the remaining service fee until the contract has expired. 

How to cancel or migrate away?

If the event your not happy or your found a cheaper supplier, we won’t hold you hostage and your able to leave at anytime. Because we don’t use landlines, there’s no migration process, you simply need to cancel with us and make a new order with the new supplier. We’ll book you in to remove the aerial and any trace of WestWiFi. 

Upon Installation
If we are unable to provide the expected service, your order will be refunded.

Termination before 18 months

Early termination fee applies equal to remaining monthly fee

Termination after 18 months

Small Print
An 18 month contract applies and an early termination fee is applicable to any cancellations within this time frame. You are able to leave at any time and for free of charge if we raise our pricing, for any reason the contract is void or when the minimum term surpasses. An early termination fee is equal to the remaining service fee left on the minimum term contract. This is due to the levels of investment we made in order to connect you to our systems. For full terms and conditions, please click here

All UK communications providers, including WestWiFi, are regulated by Ofcom’s General Conditions of Entitlement. These regulations have been devised to apply to those organisations providing an electronic communications service or an electronic communications network to consumers. Specifically, General Condition 23 regulates how telecommunications providers are able to market and retail mobile phone services to customers; General Condition 24, meanwhile, regulates the marketing and selling of fixed-line telephony services to customers. Full details of the General Conditions can be found on the Ofcom website.