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How To Use Calling Features

Call Waiting ID

Allows you to see the calling name and number of an incoming call when you are already on the line. It works just like Call Waiting, except when you hear the Call Waiting tone you will be able to see the Caller ID information on the incoming call.

How to Use

Requires Call Waiting service and a Call Waiting ID compatible phone.

Caller ID

Displays an incoming caller’s name and phone number

How to Use

No activation is required.

Per-Line Blocking

This feature is available UPON REQUEST. Automatically prevents the display of your name and phone number for all calls you make from your line to all other land lines.

How to Use

When added to your line this feature does not require any further activation. You have the option of allowing your name and number to be displayed on chosen calls by pressing *82 before placing a call.

Per-Call Blocking

Use on the calls of your choice. Prevents the display of your name and phone number when you make a call from your line a call from your line to another land line. With this blocking arrangement, simply dial *67 before placing each call to automatically block your name and number from being seen.

How to Use

Dial *67 before placing each call to automatically block your name and number from being seen.

Call Return

Automatically return the call of the last party who called or attempted to call you.

How to Use

Press *69. Listen for an announcement that will tell you the phone number of the party who last called you. If you wish to return the call, Press 1. If the line is busy listen for an announcement telling you the number is busy. Hang up. You will hear a special ring when the line is free. (The busy line will be dialed for the next half hour). To cancel Repeat Dialing: Press *89 and listen for announcement.

Repeat Dialing

Allows you to continuously attempt to redial a busy number that you tried to call.

How to Use

Hang up, then lift the receiver and listen for dial tone. Press *66. If the line is busy listen for an announcement telling you the number is busy. Hang up. You will hear a special ring when the line is free. (The busy line will be dialed for the next half hour). To cancel Repeat Dialing: Press *86 and listen for announcement.

Call Forwarding

Transfer all your calls to another phone number

How to Use

Dial *72, then dial the phone number to which you want your incoming calls transferred - you will then hear two beeps. To cancel Call Forwarding: Dial *73, wait for two beeps. (Include 1+ the area code if you forward your call to a long distance number).

3-Way Calling

Add a third party to your conversation.

How to Use

To set up a three-way call: First, hold your existing call by depressing the switch quickly. Listen for several short tones followed by a dial tone. Dial the phone number of the second party. Depress receiver button again quickly to connect all three parties. To end three-way call: When you hang up, both parties are automatically disconnected. If either the second or third party wishes to drop off of the call, they just need to hang up. Now you can continue talking to the remaining party.

Anonymous Call Rejection

Refuses calls from partys who have blocked their number from being displayed on Caller ID. These partys will hear an announcement that you do not accept anonymous calls and they should remove blocking of their name and number and call back. All other calls will ring through as usual.

How to Use

To "turn on" the service: Press *77. Listen for a confirmation tone or announcement. To "turn off" the service: Press *87, then listen for announcement.

Selective Call Forwarding

Allows you to create a list of phone numbers that are to be forwarded when they call you.

How to Use

Press *63. Voice instructions will instruct you on how to turn Selective Call Forwarding on or off and make changes and add numbers to your Selective Call Forwarding list. Voice instructions will also guide you through the steps of how to enter, confirm or change the number to which your calls will be forwarded. (Reference: Managing Your Call List, below)

Selective Call Rejection

Create a list of phone numbers from which you do not wish to receive calls. Callers from phone numbers on your list receive an announcement that you are not receiving calls at this time.

How to Use

Press *60. Voice instructions will instruct you on how to Turn Selective Call Rejection on or off and make changes and add numbers to your Selective Call Rejection list. After receiving an annoying call, you may wish to prevent that person from calling you in the future. Selective Call Rejection’s voice instructions will explain how to add the number of the last caller to your list (even if you do not know the party's number). Hang up, then lift the receiver and listen for the dial tone. Press *60 and listen for instructions. Press # 01 #. (Reference: Managing Your Call List, below)

Selective Call Acceptance

Create a list of phone numbers from which you ARE WILLING to accept calls. Calls from phone numbers that are NOT on your acceptance list are sent to an announcement that informs the caller that you are not receiving calls at this time.

How to Use

Press *64. Listen to the voice instructions which will guide you through the steps of how to: turn Selective Call Acceptance on or off and make changes and add numbers to your Selective Call Acceptance list. (Reference: Managing Your Call List, below)

Speed Dial 8

Allows you to dial up to 8 phone numbers of your choice by using a one digit code that you have assigned to each selected phone number.

How to Use

To set up Speed Dial 8: Select a 1-digit code (between 2 and 9). Press *74 and enter the code you selected and the complete telephone number it will represent. Two beeps will confirm your entry. Include 1+area code if a long distance number. To use Speed Dial 8: Press the 1-digit code and the # button.

Managing Your Call List

Use this quick reference guide to manage the calling lists you have created for your selective call features.

How to Use

Press # If you want to:
0 Repeat the instructions
1 Review the numbers on your calling list
3 Turn feature on or off
# Add a number to your calling list
* Delete a number from your calling list (You must the enter area code before the number, then press the ”*” key)
08 Delete all numbers from your calling list


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