Before we show you how to forward a landline number to a mobile phone, we have to get one major caveat out of the way.
The first option is forwarding calls from your home phone number while keeping your landline service providers alike. Instructions for doing so depends on your current carrier. You can learn more here.
The second option is forwarding calls from your home phone number without using existing landline provider. This option is called Call Forwarding.
Call Forwarding "virtualizes" your home phone number, making the need for a landline phone your physical and, dare we say, a home phone bill is expensive, unnecessary. You can get detailed information via https://www.numberdock.org/.
What is Call Forwarding?
Sometimes you want to continue to receive calls from your home phone number after ending your landline service. With Call Forwarding, you can do exactly that.
Call Forwarding is a service that lets you store your home phone number digitally and then have all calls forwarded to a cell phone number. That means you can receive a phone call your home right on your existing mobile phone, without having to get a new phone or a cellular plan.
Costs for Call Forwarding can vary, but in many cases, cheaper than your current landline service. Plus, it comes with a number of features, including blocking robocalls free.