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Class & Custom Calling Features
There are severa features that can be added to your phone service to enhance your overall experience. 
Call Forwarding        
Call Waiting        
Cancel Call Waiting
Three-Way Calling
Home Intercom        
Speed Calling 8
Any three above
Any four above  
All six above     

Caller I.D. (Number Only)
Caller I.D. (Name & Number)
Call Waiting Caller I.D.
Caller I.D. Blocking
Caller I.D. Suppression
Customer Originated Trace (Per Occurence)
Speed Calling 30
Voicemail - Basic
Voicemail - Enhanced
Telemarketer Screening
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$1.00
$2.50
$3.00
$4.00

Anonymous Call Rejection
Automatic Call Back
Automatic Recall
Selective Distinctive Ringing
Selective Call Acceptance
Selective Call Forwarding
Selective Call Rejection
Any two above  
Any three above

$3.50
$5.00
$2.00
Free
$2.00
$5.00
$3.00
$3.00
$5.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$2.00
$3.00
$4.00

Calling Feature Descriptions
A $10 record charge will be assessed anytime a feature or features are added to an account.
Call Forwarding-  Allows you to automatically forward all incoming calls to a number of your choice. Allowing you to be reached effortlessly when you are away from your home. How to use
Call Waiting- This feature allows you to temporarily speak with incomming callers while in a call.  How to use
Cancel Call Waiting- This feature allows call waiting to be dissabled when it is not desired such as while using dial-up internet service or durring an important call.  How to use
Three-Way Calling- Allows you to add a third party to your conversation.  How to use
Home Intercom-  Allows you to ring all the phones in your home to speak with others by dialing your own number and hanging up.  How it use
Telemarketer Screening-  This feature prevents annoying telemarketer calls by providing a message to non-local callers. The message provided states you do not accept telemarketing calls and instructs these callers to hang up. All other callers may proceed.  How To Use
Voicemail - Enhanced
Call Waiting Caller I.D.-  Allows your Calling Number Delivery or Calling Number/Name Delivery feature to function while you are on a call.  Your phone must have this feature also.  How to use
Caller I.D. Blocking-  Allows you to prevent your name or  number from displaying on someone's phone. You perform on a per-call basis.  How to use
Caller I.D. Supression-  Prevents your name or  number from displaying on any phone that you dial.  (You may de-activate this feature on a per call basis to allow your Name and Number to be displayed.)  How to use
Customer Originated Trace-  Lets you trace the origin of a harassing or obscene call. Information gathered from the trace is printed at the telephone company. You will need to ask the telephone company to release the information to the proper authorities.  How to use
Voicemail - Basic 
Caller I.D. (Name & Number)-  Identifies the number and name of the calling party. After your phone rings once, the caller's number and name appear in your phone display. The date and time of the incoming call are also displayed.  How to use

Speed Calling 8-  Allows you to store up to 8 numbers for speed dialing from any of your phones.  How to use
Anonymous Call Rejection- Allows you to reject calls for which calling name and calling number display information has been intentionally blocked. You do not need to be a subscriber to Calling Name and Number Delivery to have this feature.  How to use
Speed Calling 30-  Allows you to store up to 30 numbers for speed dialing from any of your phones.  How to use
Automatic Call Back- This works like an enhanced redial button. If the line you're dialing is busy, Automatic Callback keeps trying the number for up to 30 minutes. Once both lines are idle, you'll hear a special ring. When you pick up the handset, the system rings the party you're wanting to reach.  How to use
Automatic Recall-  Allows you to dial the last incoming call you received whether or not you answered the phone. When you activate Automatic Recall, the system tells you the directory number of the last incoming call and then gives you the choice of continuing the recall or ending the recall. If you recall and the line is busy, Automatic Recall keeps trying the number for up to 30 minutes.  How to use
Selective Distinctive Ringing-   Allows you to program directory numbers that will be identified by a distinctive ring when they call you. If you also have Call Waiting and you're engaged in a phone conversation, receiving a call from someone on your distinctive list causes a distinctive call waiting tone.  How to use
Selective Call Acceptance-  Stores directory numbers from which you will accept calls. An incoming call from a directory number not on your list will receive a message stating that you're not taking calls.  How to use
Selective Call Forwarding-  Ensures that specific calls reach you when you're away from home or the office.  How to use
Selective Call Rejection-  Allows you to program a list of directory numbers that you want rejected or blocked when they call you. The rejected or blocked caller receives a message informing him/her that you're not taking calls. Your phone won't ring.  How to use
Caller I.D. (Number Only)-  Identifies the number of the calling party. After your phone rings once, the caller's number appears in your phone display. The date and time of the incoming call are also displayed.  How to use