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  Caller ID                        
  Caller ID Block                    
  Call Waiting                     
  Call Forwarding                   
  Selective Call Forwarding  
  Call Forward Busy               
  Call Forward No Answer  
  Speed Calling                    
  Three-Way Calling              
  Repeat Dialing                
  Voice Mail                   
  Call Return                   
  Selective Call Rejection       
  Anonymous Call Rejection  
  Customer Originated Trace  
  Selective Ringing             

Repeat Dialing keeps redialing busy numbers and tells you when the line is free.

  • How to use
    1. Dial a phone number. When you hear a busy signal, just hang up, then lift the handset again and listen for a special dial tone.
    2. Dial *66, or 1166 on a rotary or pulse phone.
    3. If the line is still busy, listen for a confirmation message and then hang up. Repeat Dialing will check the number for up to 30 minutes.
    4. A special callback ring alerts you if the line becomes free (the callback ring is a series of 4 rings).
    5. Pick up the handset to automatically place the call. You will hear the phone you are calling begin to ring.
  • To turn off
    1. Lift the handset and listen for a normal dial tone.
    2. Dial *86, or 1186 on a rotary or pulse phone.
    3. Listen for the confirmation tone, then hang up.
  • Notes
    • To restart the 30-minute clock, repeat the activation steps.
    • Repeat Dialing can call as many as 30 busy lines at one time.
    • Special ringing to alter you that a particular line is free will last for 4 rings (24 seconds) for thirty minutes.
    • Service does not work on 800#'s, 900#'s number outside our Customer Local Area Signaling Services (CLASS) service area, or on lines where Call Forwarding or other similar services were activated.