How It Works

Avoid unwanted calls from specific numbers. When Selective Call Rejection is on, calls from numbers on this list are redirected to an announcement that says that the number dialed is not accepting calls at this time.

 

 To activate or deactivate Select Call Rejection:

  • Listen for the dial tone
  • Press *60 (dial 1160 on rotary phones)
  • Listen to the ON/OFF announcement
  • To turn the feature on or off, press or dial 3

To program a number:

  • Listen for a dial tone
  • Press *60 (dial 1160 on rotary phones)
  • Press # (dial 12 on rotary phones)
  • Wait for the tone
  • Enter the selected phone number
  • Press # again (wait four seconds on rotary phones)
  • Hang up

To add the number of the last incoming call to your list:

  • Listen for the dial tone.
  • Press *60 (dial 1160 on rotary phones)
  • Press #01# (dial 1201 on rotary phones) 

To remove or hear the phone numbers on your list:

  • Listen for the dial tone
  • Press *60 (dial 1160 on rotary phones) and listen for instructions

  

Helpful Hints

  • Some phone numbers, such as long distance and blocked phone numbers, may only be added to the list by using the "To add the number of the last incoming call to your list" procedure.
  • If one of your Selective Call Rejection numbers is also on another Selective Call feature list, you must deactivate Selective Call Rejection before using the other feature.
  • There's a limit of 10 phone numbers that be on your list at any one time.
  • Clients should also register their telephone numbers on the National Do Not Call Database. Number needs to be registered in database for at least 31 days.
  • This call feature may NOT be automatically enabled on your phone service. If you are interested in enabling this call feature for your phone line(s), please either Email Us a Support Request via our website OR call us at 877-722-3833 and follow the prompts to Tech Support.
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