This guide is intended to be used as a handy reference for Traditional Landline Calling Features. Some features are not available in all areas.

Note: Unless you have the feature included in your phone plan, there may be a charge by your telephone company for the use of these features. To find out the cost, or to get the feature included, please contact your telephone company's business office. (this number can usually be found in the front of your telephone directory or you can ask your operator).
Telephone Feature Guide
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Anonymous Call Rejection
Call Blocking
Caller ID Blocking
Per Line Blocking
Call Forwarding
Selective Call Forwarding
No Answer Call Forwarding
Busy Call ForwardingU-Verse Safe Call Forwarding
Call Return
Priority Distinctive Ring
Call Trace
Call Waiting
Cancel Call Waiting
Repeat Dial
Speed Dial 8
Speed Dial 30
Voicemail Access
3-way Calling
AT&T Privacy Manager®
U-Verse Do Not Disturb
U-Verse Call Screaning
U-Verse Locate Me
Verizon Call Gate
Intercom Ring
Ring Count (# of rings)
Resources & Documents
©2014 Matthew Furman On-Line



Welcome!

Here you will find a handy and easy to use reference to using Landline Calling & Verticle Service Code Features.

A lot of time and effort has been put into this website to make it easy for you to obtain information about how to use the features on your telephone.


I can not stress this enough, Check with your phone company to make sure you have the feature before you use it!!!  Pay-per-use rates are VERY expensive (between 2 and 8 dollars on average). It is usually cheaper to purchase the feature individually, or bundle it in a phone plan. I am not responsible for your bill if you get any extra charges as a result of this feature guide. 


Note:
Caller-ID is a subscription though your phone company that requires compatible equipment, call your telephone company business office for more information. I did not make a page for Caller-ID because this comment should be enough to describe it.

Some features are not available in all areas, and some will not work at all unless you subscribe to them! Also, some telephone companies may use non-standard usage codes (not listed here). Please make note this and call your telephone company before complaining to me about something in one of my guides not working.



If you know of a calling feature that I have not listed, I WANT TO KNOW!!!! 

Email me at: webmaster (at) furmannet.net 

(substitute "(at)" with an "@" symbol, the weird typing is to prevent spam).