Question about Lands Phones
You dont normally have to "turn on" caller ID on a phone capable of displaying caller ID.
However, the caller ID data the phone has to pick up off the phone line when a call comes in is normally an additional (paid for) service from your telecomms provider.
Have you specifficlally requested the caller ID service from your telecomms provider ? If so, have they confirmed it is now up and running ? Are you sure your phone is caller ID compatible ? Can you borrow a phone from somebody, that you know dsiplays caller ID and try that phone on your line ?
If the answers to these questions is yes, then you need to report this as a fault to your telecoms provider who, so long as the answers to the above questions really is yes, wont charge you for rectifying the problem.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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