We currently use a "Sprint Home Phone Connect" device for my mother, who has dementia and is unable to utilize a cell phone. As I understand it, the Sprint Home Phone Connect devices are discontinued and the frequency they use will soon be disconnected. It appears that we will need to find a new device, but it's not clear to me what devices (if any) exist that will remain connected when all of the old networks are decommissioned. I've been spending some time researching other devices but it's unclear whether any of them are on a modern network. Could anyone (at Ting or in the community) please help me with selecting a new BYOD device that will allow me to plug in a landline phone -- and still work in the next few years?
Options seem to include: Verizon Wireless Home Phone (T2000 or LVP2, although LVP2 seems to lack caller ID?!) or T-Mobile LineLink.