Ducor Telephone Calling Features

 

Ducor Telephone offers the following features. Please contact your local exchange for details on pricing, availability, and other features.

  • *72 Call Forwarding On
    — Allows the subscriber to re-direct calls to another line. To turn on Call Forwarding the subscriber presses *72 and listens for confirmation tones followed by a dial tone. Then the subscriber dials the number where calls will be forwarded to and listens for confirmation tones again. You will be billed for all calls forwarded to a long distance number.
  • *73 Call Forwarding Off
    — Call Forwarding Off – Turns off Call forwarding.
  • *92 Call Forward No Answer On
    — Call Forward No Answer On – Allows the subscriber to re-direct calls to another line when the phone has rung and is not answered. To turn on Call Forward No Answer the subscriber presses *92 and listens for confirmation tones followed by a dial tone. Then the subscriber dials the number where calls will be forwarded to and listens for confirmation tones.
  • *93 Call Forward No Answer Off
    Call Forward No Answer off – Turns off Call forward no answer.
  • *77 Anonymous Call Reject On
    — Call Reject On – Allows subscribers to reject calls from parties who have a privacy service that prevents the delivery of their calling number to the called party. When call rejection is active, the called subscriber receives no alerting for a call that is not displaying calling party information; the call is routed to a denial announcement and is terminated..
  • *87 Anonymous Call Reject Off
    — Call Reject Off – Turns off Call Reject.
  • *80 Selective Call Rejection On
    — Selective Call Rejection (Incoming Call Block) On – Allows subscribers to activate a personalized reject list of telephone numbers. People calling from these dialing numbers are directly routed to a rejection announcement and the subscriber’s telephone does not ring.
  • *60 Selective Call Rejection Off
    — Selective Call Rejection (Incoming Call Block) OFF – Turns off the Call Block service.
  • Three Way Calling: (NOTE: “flash” or “flashing” means to depress and release the “receiver button” quickly)
    • To start the 3 way calling feature:
      1. Put the person you’re talking to “on hold” by flashing the receiver button.
      2. Dial the third party.
      3. Flash the receiver button to talk to both parties.