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Can't dial toll free numbers or long distance

We have 2 phones in the front of our small business and 1 in the back. The one in the back CAN make toll free and long distance calls but the ones in the front cannot, does anyone know how to fix this?

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Re: Can't dial toll free numbers or long distance - Toshiba DKT-2010H Corded Phone Phones

Do you have 2 seperate telephone numbers?

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How to closed zero dial in this phone set

phone circuits included electromechanical relays which imposed limitation on the speed of dialing a digit, and therefore dialing a complete 10-digit telephone number could take up to ten seconds, during which hardware resources had to be dedicated to a circuit. The Bell System organized the numbering plan to minimize the cost of providing automatic dialing to large population centers. The second digit of all area codes was 0 or 1, while the second digit of the exchange triplet was never 0 or 1, thus facilitating the recognition of whether a user was dialing a full 10-digit number or merely dialing within the local area code. In this coding scheme it was not yet necessary to dial a leading 1 for access to long distance circuits to other area codes. In some regions, local numbers were 7 digits, or occasionally less, but a toll call within the area code required a preceding 1. Area code 617 in eastern Massachusetts used this system in the early 1970s, while the Chicago area (312) did not. In the Chicago area, one could call the Boston area by dialing only 10 digits, while in Boston, to call Chicago, one would be required to use 11 digits, including the prefix 1.

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I need to block certain extensions from being able to dial long distance

Best way to do that is to sit down with the manual and look at programs 400-408. At a minimum, if you restrict 1 and 0 in a table and assign it to your extensons in 405, those phones can't dial long distance. That's fairly worthless in today's calling climate when some carriers let you dial just 10 digits or you have to dial 1 for any local call outside your area code. 404 lets you build 8 tables of 10 number sequences each for restriction and 407 lets you build 8 tables of 10 number sequences for allow. For example You could put 1 HOLD HOLD HOLD (hold is the wildcard) in one table and entry of 404 with traditional dialing and that would restrict all 1+ long distance. Then, in 407 5 of your entries in one table would be 1800, 1888, 1877, 1866 and 1855 to allow toll free calling. These tables get assigned to extensions in programs 405 and 408. A simple restriction (ie local calls only, internal calls only) get assigned in 401. There are some other tricks and, above all, remember that you have to keep 911 availabe for access and allowing 0 is never a good idea because 0 alone will get the operator and that defeats the purpose of toll restriction.

Other tricks involve custom CLASS codes. You need to account for the clever worker who dial *67. That gives them second dial tone and they can dial the world. It would be easy if you could block first digit *, but you ought to allow *57 for nuisance call trace. If you have the above where long distance is dialed with only 10 digits, then you can always start with HOLD HOLD HOLD in a table and allow 911 and the local area code in an allow table. The table digits can be up to 12 so you may have to go to 6 digit screening in allow tables for local exchanges. In my area, we have 10 digit dialing and 419352 419353 419354 (among others) along with 567213 are local calls. If I were programming a customer 6 miles to the North, there would be extensive programming in both area codes.

Outside of that, it's just a function of analyzing your local calls, area codes, how a call is dialed, and building your tables. We do this with billing by the hour :-)


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Our phone won't allow us to call 866 numbers. We have a mitel sx-50. Recently they added the toll free prefix of 866 and we can't dial it. When we try we keep getting a fast busy signal. I am in a 50 room...

It's in a table of allowed numbers. If you're familiar with the system, you ought to be able to find where 800 and 888 are allowed. Just add 877,866 and 855 as entries.

If ARS is implemented, you'll find your entry in the 700 table, maybe :-)
I don't envy you if that is the case.

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I'm moving my business from canada to america but i have to phone numbers one local which is a canadian area code and one toll free i want both of them to ring my cell phone is this possible (what about...

VoIP phones can do this, but there are obsticles in keeping your phone numbers and forwarding to your cell phone or you can call your phone provider and get them to twin your number to your cell phone.

First the VoIP phone home base station will be in Canada... meaning that you can get transfered calls to you VoIP phone anywhere in the world so long as you have a high speed internet connection.

When you call out on the VoIP set, you will be using the Canadian dial tone, making all your calls long distance if you are in a different area code.
So 2 phones maybe required if you want to call locally in America.
Your 911 calling will have to reflect your address in America, or you need to have a big sticker telling the customer no 911 calling because the outbound number will be coming from Canada, not the US where you are located.

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if you want to block your own number dial *67 before you dial... to block someone else try dialing

To activate Call Block or add a telephone number to the rejection list, dial *60. If you dont know the number to be blocked, dial *60 immediately after hanging up from the call. To turn off Call Block, dial *80. Call Block cannot block calls from some cellular phones, pay phones or business lines. It also cannot block most long distance numbers.

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Changing the Class of Service COS of that extension to "1" will allow it to dial anything.
In a TD system, that is a 2-step process, because you have to find where the extenion jack is located in the system.

Go into programming and dial 003. If you press the SP PHONE button, it will step you through all the ports in the system and give you extension numbers. To start 01-1 will be 101 01-2 201 02-1 102 etc. Since you're in a motel, it should be renumbered to match the rooms and if you started with 100 or eliminated 113 your whole plan may be different.

Once you find the jack number for your station, press the HOLD button and dial 601 SP PHONE and the 2 digit jack number from above. You will be looking at your extension COS. Dial 1 STORE and it will turn off that extension's toll restrictions.

Please rate this solution and let me know if you had any problems following this instructions.


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I solved my problem by trial and error!

Steps to program speed dial on the Walker/Clarity Model W-1000 Touch Tone Sound Amplifier desk set phone w/large number pad.

1. Choose phone number to program including the (#1) digit for a long distance direct dial if
Write chosen number(s) on a scratch pad as a guide for numbers. Identify numbers with the
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2. Remove hand set receiver from phone.

3. Press "memory set" button ONCE on the phone located uder the receiver on the desk set.

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5. Locate the speed dial position button you want for that number...(located adjacent to
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6. Press the speed dial position button (ONCE). Then replace receiver back in craddle.

7. Try out speed/dial program. Pick up receiver, push speed dial button(position) listen to see if
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own memory!
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I can't make long distance call?

Is this a recording, or does the phone display this ?

If this is a recording, it is from the long distance provider. Did you change long distance companies lately?

Call your long distance company....this is their fault.

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