Check your landline phone bill by logging in to the online account management system for your phone service provider and navigating to the Billing section. Most providers allow you to view a digital version of your current bill as well as see current charges. You may also contact the billing department through the site to discuss the bill in further detail.
Each landline phone service provider maintains its own process for accessing information, though many offer an online portal that includes options to see charges on the account and access other billing details. Many service providers publish a digital version of your bill, typically as an embedded or downloadable PDF, that matches the exact format and layout of your paper bill. This includes your account number, service plan and the charges associated with the coverage, such as long distance charges, local taxes or special services such as caller identification or voicemail options.
As many landline phone providers also offer other services, such as Internet access or cable television, the specific details of the phone service may appear on a single bill that includes details about the other services. In this case, you need to read through the bill to locate the landline section. Some phone companies may also publish a short summary of the balance due or specific charges on the Billing section of your account. Depending on the company, you may be able to initiate a chat with a billing representative to find out more details about the bill.