Lingo's Voip Phone Features

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Check out some of these great features. Can your phone do this? Lingo can.

 

Call Forward

Call Forward allows you to divert your Lingo number to another phone number, including Mobiles and other phones. There are a number of options with Call Forward including Immediate, Busy and No Answer. Applicable call costs apply for forwarded calls.

Call Forward Immediate allows you to divert your Lingo phone number to another number immediately.

  • To forward all calls immediately, pick up your Lingo telephone handset and dial: *21 [Phone Number] #
  • To cancel Call Forward Immediate, pick up your Lingo telephone handset and dial: #21#

Call Forward Busy allows you to divert your Lingo phone number to another number when you are using your Lingo service.

  • To forward calls when your phone is busy, pick up your Lingo telephone handset and dial:
    *24 [Phone Number] #
  • To cancel Call Forward Busy, pick up your Lingo telephone handset and dial: #24#

Call Forward No Answer allows you to divert your Lingo phone number to another number if you don’t answer your phone.

  • To forward calls when you can’t answer your phone, pick up your Lingo telephone handset and dial:
    *61 [Phone Number] #
  • To cancel Call Forward No Answer, pick up your Lingo telephone handset and dial: #61#

Call Return

Call Return allows you to return you last incoming phone call, including missed calls quickly and easily. If you miss a call, you simply pick up your telephone handset and dial *10 and Lingo will automatically return your last incoming phone call!

Call Waiting

Call Waiting let’s you take an incoming phone call while you’re already on the phone. Lingo places your first call on hold while you answer the second call. If you would like to turn off Call Waiting, you can do so call-by-call by simply picking up your telephone handset and dialling *44.

Last Number Redial

Last Number Redial lets you quickly and easily call the last number you dialled. Most phones have a redial button, but if your’s doesn’t, Lingo does! To call the last number you dialled, simply pick up your telephone handset and dial *66 and Lingo will automatically call the last phone number you dialled.

Calling Line ID (CLI) Delivery Blocking

Caller ID Block allows you to block your phone number from being displayed on the phone you are calling. This feature can be permanently turned on or off via your toolbox. You can also block or show you phone number on a call-by-call basis:

When the feature is permanently turned off:

  • To block your number when calling someone, pick up your telephone handset and dial 1831 before the phone number you are dialling. E.g. 1831 [Phone Number]

When the feature is permanently turned on:

  • To allow your number when calling someone, pick up your telephone handset and dial 1832 before the phone number you are dialling. E.g. 1832 [Phone Number]

Three-Way Calling

Three-Way Calling Enables a user to make a three-way call with two parties, in which all parties can communicate with each other. To initiate a three-way call while engaged in a regular two-party call:

  • Depress the flash hook and dial the third party.
  • Before or after the third party answers depress the flash hook and forms a three-way call with the two parties.
  • To drop the third party, the depress the flash hook and reconnect with the original party in a regular two-party call.
  • If the user hangs up, all parties are released.

Speed Dial 8

Speed Dial 8 Enables users to dial single digit codes to call up to eight different numbers, such as frequently dialled numbers or long strings of digits that are hard to remember. This feature can be activated and configured via your toolbox.

Call Forwarding Selective

Call Forwarding Selective enables you to define selective criteria that cause certain incoming calls to be redirected to another destination. For example you can forward calls to another number such as your mobile based on - who's calling, the time of day the day in the week.

This feature is great if you want certain calls to go to your mobile, or to your work phone during the day.
This feature can be activated and configured via your toolbox.

Simultaneous Ring

Simultaneous Ring enables you to have multiple phones ring simultaneously when any calls are received on your Lingo phone number. For example, calls to your home phone could also ring your mobile phone. The first phone answered is where the call is placed to.

This feature is very handy if you're out and about often and don't want to miss important calls. This feature can be activated and configured via your toolbox.

Anonymous Call Rejection

Anonymous Call Rejection allows you to reject calls from anonymous parties who have explicitly restricted their Caller ID. By activating the service via your toolbox., callers without available caller identification are informed that the user is not accepting calls at that time. The user’s phone does not ring and the user sees or hears no indication of the attempted call.

Do Not Disturb

Do Not Disturb allows you to set your number as unavailable so that incoming calls are given a busy treatment. Users have the option to activate and deactivate the service by dialing a feature code or configuring the service via their web interface. Use your toolbox to activate or deactivate this feature.