Xplornet Home Phone comes fully loaded – take a look at the included features below, and learn how to manage and set-up these features online through  MyXplornet and with your phone.


  1. Visit MyXplornet at www.myxplornet.com
  2. Enter your MyXplornet User Name and Password, then click ‘Enter’
  3. Click on the ‘+’ in the Home Phone section

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Click on ‘View My Home Phone Usage’

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The Call Detail Records will then be visible.


If you have more than one Xplornet Home Phone account:

  • Click ‘Go’ next to ‘My Subscriptions’
  • Click on the subscruotion link that you wish to review


Voice Mail allows a caller to leave a recorded message for you over your Xplornet Home Phone.

How to access your voice mail:

  1. Dial *98 to enter the voice mail main menu
  2. Your default username PIN is 1234

To change your PIN from your phone:

  1. From the Main Menu, press 8 for Personal Options
  2. Press 1 for Change PIN
  3. Enter new 4 digit PIN

You will receive a message when the PIN has changed.

To reset your PIN to default on MyXplornet:

  1. Log in to MyXplornet.com
  2. Click ‘Manage Home Phone Features’
  3. Click ‘Voicemail’
  4. Under Reset Voicemail PIN, click ‘Reset Pin’

Your PIN has now been reset to default 1234. Follow the steps above to change your PIN from your Home Phone.

How to access your voice mail from a remote location:

You must change your default PIN to access your voicemail remotely.

  1. Dial your 10-digit phone number
  2. At the greeting, press # sign and enter your 4-digit PIN number

You cannot check your voicemail remotely if your voicemail PIN has been reset to default. The PIN must first be changed on your Home Phone.


You can forward your voicemail messages to an email account. Any voicemail message left for you will be attached to an email as a .WAV file and sent to the email address you have selected.

You can access and listen to your voicemail messages from your phone or online by selecting the ‘Download’ link.



Call Display shows you the name and number of the person trying to contact you.

This feature is automatically activated but if you would like to remove it, please call Xplornet Support at 1-866-841-6001.


With Call Waiting, you can receive a second call while you are currently on the phone by placing the original caller on hold. This feature alleviates the need to have more than one Home Phone line. Call Waiting is automatically enabled once you have gone through the Xplornet Activity Portal and E911 terms and conditions.

  • To disable Call Waiting, dial *56
  • To enable Call Waiting, dial *57

To switch to another call:

  • Push the ‘Link’, ‘Flash’, or ‘Switch Hook’ button on your phone, or press and release the receiver button for 1-3 seconds
  • Your choice will depend on the design of your phone


You can use Caller ID to block your phone number and name from appearing on calls that you make. Push *67 before your call to block your caller ID; do this each time you make a call.


You can use the Call Forward feature to redirect your calls to your cell phone or another phone line through the Find Me / Follow Me feature. You can also setup specific rules to schedule the time of day that you would like calls to be forwarded.

You can change your Find Me / Follow Me forwarding preferences on MyXplornet.com

  1. Log in to MyXplornet.com
  2. Click ‘Manage Home Phone Features’
  3. Click ‘Call Forward’
  4. Click ‘Advanced View’


  • Dial *72 to enable this feature
  • Dial *73 to disable


Find Me

Never miss a call with the Find Me / Follow Me feature.

The Find Me feature directs your calls so that multiple phone lines will ring at the same time. If none of those phones are available, the caller will be sent to voice mail.

From MyXplornet, click ‘Manage Home Phone Features’, click ‘Call Forward’, click ‘Advanced View’ to access.


Follow Me

The Follow Me feature directs your calls so that multiple phone lines are contacted in sequential order, one after the other. If none of those phones are available, the caller will be sent to voice mail.



Dial *69 to view and call back the most recent phone number that called you.


With Call Screening, you can set up 1 or more numbers that you do not wish to contact you. To activate this feature, please call Xplornet Support at 1-866-841-6001.



Do Not Disturb sends all incoming phone calls to your voice mail.

To activate this feature, please visit MyXplornet.com, login, then click ‘Manage Home Phone Features’, select ‘Call Forward’, set to ‘Ring Phone’, then ‘Send to Voicemail Immediately’. Alternatively, dial *90 from your phone to forward to your voicemail directly.


With Three-Way Calling, you can include an additional caller into a conversation at the same time.

To use this feature, hold down the phone hook for 1-3 seconds while on a call and then dial out to your third caller.


e911 stands for Enhanced 911 service, which means that the 911 call is routed through a call center to validate the address on record before dispatching the emergency services. This service will work even if your Home Phone service is deactivated.

Dial ‘911’ on your phone to use this feature.

Very Important – If your 911 address changes, please ensure that you update your 911 address on MyXplornet.com so that emergency services will be sent to the right location.

  1. Log in to MyXplornet.com
  2. Click ‘Manage Home Phone Features’
  3. Click ‘e911 Address’
  4. Click ‘Edit’
  5. Mange Changes to e911 address
  6. Click ‘Save’








211 – Provincial government information services

311 – Municipal government information services (non-emergency)

511 – Road conditions / traffic advisory

411 (N11)

Directory Support can provide you with information about local businesses and residents in your area, similar to the Operator service on a traditional land line. The charge is $1.00 per call for this service. 411 directory assistance services may not work if your Internet has been deactivated.

Dial ‘411’ to take advantage of this service.

*The charge for customers on the legacy IP Talk package is $0.50 per call.


Dial 611 to conveniently contact Xplornet directly with any questions. It will work even if your Home Phone service has been deactivated.


711 is used for the Telecommunications Relay Service to translate from TDD to speech for the hearing impaired. The relay service helps those who are hearing impaired to converse with the others over the phone through an Operator.


811 is used for non-urgent Health Teletriage and Telehealth Services such as TeleCare. This service is available in New Brunswick and Quebec currently.

What you’ll find here

Learn how to manage your Xplornet Home Phone features online through MyXplornet and with your phone.