Best 15 Work from Home Jobs (No Landline Required)

Many people are looking for decent-paying and flexible, work at home jobs that do not require them to have a landline. The good news is there are many work from home jobs that don't even require you to take or make calls.

Want a work from home job that don't require a landline phone? You're in luck! Here's 15 types of work at home jobs where you can make money online without a landline. Whether you're looking for phone or non-phone jobs that are legitimate, these companies will allow you to work from home without a landline.

15 Types of Work from Home Jobs – No Landline Required

Customer Service

Some customer service job agencies or companies that do not require a landline to work as a customer service agent or representative. You will provide customer services via live chat or VoIP or email services. Here are some companies that offer work at home customer service jobs with no land phone required:


Proofreading is a much-needed job with so much content on the internet these days. There are many opportunities for those who can correct spelling and grammar errors. No phone is needed to complete the work. I recommend  Gramlee and Proofreading Services.

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Phone Mystery Shopper

As a telephone mystery shopper, you may ask you to call a random company to get information about their products and services. The work can be done from anywhere on any phone at any time that's convenient for you. Check out the following telephone mystery shopping companies below:

Data Entry

Data entry is a simple work at home job that does not require you to be on the phone to do. If you have excellent typing skills and re familiar with basic computer applications, you can find legitimate data entry jobs here.

Telephone Research Interviewer

As a telephone research interviewer, your role involves conducting customer satisfaction surveys by phone. Typically a landline phone is not required, and most of the work is done with your cell phone. Below you will find a list of companies offer telephone research jobs:

Freelance Writing

Freelance writing is a great online job that is ideal for those who enjoy writing and have strong grammar and research skills. If you know about a particular topic, you can find plenty of writing jobs related to that topic.

Occasionally a phone is necessary for making calls to reach out to clients for assignments. You can use any phone you have to perform the job. The pay is per word, per article/blog post, etc., per page, or hour depending on how the site or client pays. Writing sites like Love To Know, Writers Domain, and are great places to start.

Micro Tasks

Micro-tasks or short tasks are jobs that take a short amount of time to complete. Clients post these quick tasks on various micro-task sites, and freelancers like you pick up those tasks based on their skillsets. Payouts vary depending on the job. Some of the popular micro tasks sites are Amazon MturkTask RabbitRecruit Loop, and Clickworker.

Technical Support 

Do you consider yourself a tech-savvy individual? Working as a technical support agent may be ideal for you. If you are interested in applying for a professional support positionSupport Space and are two recommended sites.

Telemarketing/ Sales Jobs 

Comfortable with selling and offering services online? These companies pay you to promote various products by phone; no landline required to perform the job. The following sites recruit telemarketing/sales agents:


Do you have excellent listening skills? Are you able to type fast with 100% accuracy? If so, you can help businesses and individuals transcribe audio files into written documents. The only equipment you will need is a computer, foot pedal; the General transcription job does not require any special qualification.

Tutoring Online

If you have specialized knowledge in any in-demand subjects like math, history, English, etc., then you can tutor students working via a reputable tutoring agency. You will teach in a virtual classroom via Skype, by phone, virtual whiteboard, or other platforms.  Most tutoring companies do not require you to have a landline. You can check out the following sites and agencies for tutoring jobs online:, Homework Help, Smart Thinking, and more here.

Search Engine Evaluator

Search engines like Google and Yahoo! hire search engine evaluators through third-party companies to check whether search results based on certain keyword/phrase are accurate, relevant, and spam-free. Your feedback will help the search engines assess the relevancy of the search query’s intent. Here are some companies that hire search engine evaluators:

Chat Jobs

Many customer service positions do not require communicating by phone. This is where chat jobs come in. If you are a fast and accurate typist and love helping others, you can provide customer service via live chat. Here are some companies and sites that hire home-based workers for chat jobs in the customer service field:

Moderate Forums, Chat Rooms, and Social Media Pages

Online moderation jobs involve moderating websites, forums, community sites, social media pages, etc.  Moderators maintain their clients’ brand by enforcing the rules of these sites or channels. They delete inappropriate content, ban users who break the rules repeatedly, keep topics organized and relevant, and do other tasks.

If you're hired as a moderator for maintaining a company’s Facebook Page, you will respond to customers’ inquiries, and do other tasks. Here are some companies offering moderation jobs with no land phone required:

Virtual Assistant 

A virtual assistant normally completes a variety of tasks that range from making phone calls, booking trips, to managing schedules for busy professionals. Any phone is used for completing assignments. Here are some companies offering virtual assistant jobs with no landline required:

Have you worked for a company that does not require a landline? 

It would be great if you’d share those opportunities in my comment section below. This page can become an even better resource for those wanting a no landline phone job. Thanks in advance.

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      This Post Has 23 Comments

      1. Jacee

        I work for Site, which has some positions that do not have a landline requirement but a smartphone is needed.

      2. Vera

        Hello lashay

        I was wondering if you knew what work from home company pays you to call people to make sure they take their medication on time.

      3. P Kennedy

        It seems like if for whatever reason you can’t get outside your house to get TO a job, the job market keeps making it harder and harder to get a job. If it’s not one thing, it’s another. It’s that they don’t allow Macintoshes. Or it’s that they don’t allow Skype/VOIPs or if so, only if it’s NOT connected via the Internet (??). Or that they conduct credit, reference and background checks, ruling out those of us who need to work remotely BECAUSE of credit, references and background problems! At this point I’d even take graveyard shift at like $5.00 an hour just to get SOMETHING. And don’t get me started on the English Teaching Online world – I might as well burn my EFL certificate from 2003 because the minute they see my picture on websites or over Skype, there goes that. I’m not the right COLOUR. (White). Always something keeping us broke and starving!

      4. CJP

        I recently had an phone assessment with NexRep and I did not qualify because they do require a landline.

        1. Lashay H.

          Hi! Thanks for letting me know. I will remove them from the list.

          1. Tonnesha Edmond

            Hi Shay! My brother just got hired with NexRep, and they did not require a landline. So, I’m thinking that there are some positions that require landline while some do not. NexRep is a telecommunication company where you would answer calls for different companies. For the company my brother works for, all he needed was a headset. Hope this helps! 🙂

      5. Margaret

        Hi Lashay,
        I would like to start a work from home business. But I can’t decide what I want to do. What I can do.
        I have been in customer service and retail for 18 years. Starting to get close to retirement I want to be able to bring a little income. Can you steer me in the right direction

      6. Mary

        Hey Lashay! I’ve been looking for work at home for a while. But, I always ran across the scams or “if you pay this amount to get started!” Luckily, I didn’t fall for that stuff! I hope I can find a legitimate extra income with your insight! Thank you, Mary C

        1. Lashay H.

          Hi Mary! Thanks for writing in. I would love to help you figure which job is right for you. Is there a particular job you are looking for?

      7. Lashay H.

        Hi Michael! I will check them out. Thanks so much for sharing!

      8. Nan Bananza

        for proofreading section: Domainite and Proofreading Services have the same link, you should change that.

        1. Lashay H.

          Hi! Thanks! I have removed Domainite since their site is not active at this time:-)

          1. Lisa Innerarity-Dunkley

            Hi Lashay. I was trying to find contact info for you but was unsuccessful. Is it possible to be your blog editor? I am looking for an online job and would love to use my excellent English skills. My email is [email protected]. Thanks for your response. Lisa

            1. Lashay H.

              Hi Lisa! You can contact me by email: lashay Looking forward to speaking with you!

            2. Lashay H.

              Hi Lisa! Please contact me by email. Thank you!

      9. Lashay H.

        Hey MacKenzie! Yes their website does state that, but there are some people that have been allowed to use Skype. So anyone that’s interested should still apply, they have made exceptions 🙂

      10. Geo

        Orc International does require a landline and internet. I know because I work at one of our offices and inquired about working from home.

        1. Lashay H.

          Hey Geo! Thanks for informing me. I will make sure to update this page 🙂

      11. Chateya Langley

        Thank you very much for this info I’m looking to work from home and was looking for companies that didn’t require a landline! I love your blog keep up the great work

        1. Lashay H.

          Hi Chateya! Thank you so much:-) Really glad this post was helpful to you, best wishes!

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