A service that permits you to conference three parties together.
Blocks calls from unidentified numbers. To use Anonymous Call Rejection, you must have caller ID display equipment or a phone with caller ID built in.
This service allows you to return the most recent incoming call, or to hear the last incoming caller’s number and then optionally return the call.
Automatically transfers all calls to a specified number.
Caller ID for Call Waiting shows you the name and number of the person calling while you are on a call. A tone alerts you that you have another call.
Shows you the name and phone number of who is calling on your phone Caller ID screen.
Pressing *67 before you make a call blocks your caller ID information from being displayed on the caller ID of the person you are calling.
To deactivate call waiting when uninterrupted conversations are required, press *70.
Trace the last call received with the results provided to an authorized law enforcement agency. This feature can only be invoked with the authorization of a court/law enforcement agency.
If enhanced 911 services are supported in your area, your complete address and phone number will automatically be displayed on the police dispatcher’s screen.
A system that routes phone calls through your phone line until an idle line is found.
If the number you are calling is repeatedly busy, you can activate Repeat Dial to automatically re-dial the number until it is reached.
Allows certain phone numbers to be forwarded to another location.
Allows you to specify a list of numbers from which incoming calls are automatically rejected.
Assigns distinctive ringtone to designated phone numbers.
This is a service that shortens up to eight frequently called phone numbers to a single digit.
Receive voicemail on your mail phone number.