Features list

Call Display Name:

This feature sends the Name of the calling party to the Line for each incoming call it receives. The terminal equipment (telephone, fax or modem) on the Line must be capable of reading and displaying the Name and Number information it receives.

*The caller’s name may not be available in certain geographic areas.

Call Display Number:

This feature sends the Number of the calling party to the Line for each incoming call it receives. The terminal equipment (telephone, fax or modem) on the Line must be capable of reading and displaying the Name and Number information it receives.

*The caller’s name may not be available in certain geographic areas.

Call Display Blocking (*67):

For greater privacy and security, you can use Call Display Blocking to block the delivery of your name and phone number on a per call basis. If the person you have called subscribes to Call Display, your call will be identified as “Private Name/Private Number”.

Call Forwarding (*72/*73):

Call Forward All – This feature, when activated, redirects all calls made to the Line to another destination. The destination may be any dialable Telephone Number (Local, Long Distance, Toll Free, International) The subscriber is responsible for any toll charges incurred if the line is forwarded to a Telephone Number outside the line’s free calling area. CFW is activated by dialing “*72″ and then entering the Telephone Number to which calls are to be redirected. CFW may be cancelled by dialing “*73″

Call Hold:

This feature lets you free up your hands and put your caller on hold.

Call Screening:

Customers who want to screen calls from specific Telephone Numbers number may do so by adding numbers to a screened caller list. Calls that originate from telephone numbers that are on the screened list will not be delivered to the Line. Maximum of 12 entries are allowed.

Call Transfer:

This feature lets you transfer a live call to another phone (ex. mobile phone).

Find Me Follow Me:

This feature allows you to create lists of phone numbers, such as your office or cell phone numbers. That will ring simultaneously or sequentially if you are not answering on your Home Phone line.

Last Call Return:

This feature allows you to retrieve the phone number of the last person who called your line. This feature can be used whether the last call was answered or missed.

Speed Dial:

Customers can create up to 100 personal 2-digit speed dial codes.

Voicemail & Voicemail to E-mail:

Voice messaging service provides a wide range of voice mail and call handling capabilities. The service ensures that calls are not missed, as messages will be left in the subscriber’s voice mailbox if they are unable to answer their phone. A password is used to ensure the privacy of all messages. Message Waiting Indication (via a lamp or an interrupted dial tone) is also provided. You can also access your voice mail via the Voice Mail tab of My Digital Home Phone portal. From there you can see if you have got a new voice mail, listen to it, delete, or forward to an e-mail address. You can also setup new voice mail notification to be sent to your e-mail.

Call Waiting:

This feature alerts the Line subscriber who is involved in one call that there is another call coming in on the line. The alert is done via an audible tone that the Line subscriber hears when the new call arrives. The subscriber may use a switch hook flash (or Link button) to put the original call on hold and answer the new call. The subscriber may then use a switch hook flash to toggle between the two calls. If the Line subscriber chooses not to answer the second call, that call will receive the no answer’ treatment assigned to the line (e.g. it will forward to voice mail if the line has a voice mailbox). Customers can temporarily suspend the Call Waiting functionality. Cancel Call Waiting is activated by dialing “*70″ before placing a call. This will suspend Call Waiting for the duration of the next outbound call.

Conference Calling:

Conference Calling allows the subscriber to either conference in a third party to an existing call, or transfer the current caller to another number. If the destination of the Call Transfer is a long distance call, the subscriber will be responsible for any toll charges, even if they subsequently drop off of the call. At any time, any of the called parties involved in a conference call may drop off, and the other two parties will remain connected.

Do-Not-Disturb:

When activated, this feature allows you to re-direct all incoming calls to your voice mail. Your phone will not ring while this feature is in use.

Visual Call Waiting:

When you are having a phone conversation, Visual Call Waiting notifies you about an incoming call by 2 beeps. You will also see the caller’s phone number on your phone’s display. You can put one call on hold while you answer a second call. You may then alternate between the two. If additional callers try to reach you, they get a busy signal.