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Warning! Three way calling feature!

by Anonymous Monk
on May 25, 2004 at 17:43 UTC ( #356312=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to VoiceXML Chatterbox Listener

In some of the US, this: **86919991420869 Translates to: **86 (Engage three way calling) 9 (Exit my PBX) 1-999-142-0869 (Dial a number) Seems unhelpful. Have an url: http://www.ats.state.az.us/Documents/singconf.pdf symbolset@hotmail.com


Comment on Warning! Three way calling feature!
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by Anonymous Monk on May 25, 2004 at 18:11 UTC

    One should be careful about dialling phone numbers found on the internet.

    Another url:

    http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/adcon/900rule/comments3/ftcppcs2.htm may be useful.

    Additional Supplement: Refining comments we made during the Workshop, the FTC and the FCC should coordinate the assignment of geographic area code (NPA) overlays specifically for use by Pay-per-Call, Caller-Paid, and/or Premium services.

    The area codes could be:

    • a geographic intra-NANP International area code (NPA) overlay of 999 .
    • Geographic area codes (NPAs) from 990 through 999, such as:
      • Pay-per-Call (no International routing)
      • USA Pay-per-Call (International routing)
      • Canada Pay-per-Call (International Routing)
      • Caribbean Pay-Per-Call (International Routing)
      • Pay-Per-Call outside USA, Canada, Caribbean, Pay-Per-Call (International)
    • Reserved for expansion (such as other Premium or Caller-Paid Services) or 989 Billing Inquiries in form 1-999-NPA-NXXx.
Re: Warning! Three way calling feature!
by saskaqueer (Friar) on May 25, 2004 at 20:29 UTC

    Yes, except that the program that this runs on uses a broadband connection, not a modem. So in this particular case, I don't think it is possible for this to apply. For regular phones, you use the 1-800 number I provided. On freeworlddialup, you can also use the 1-800 number but it takes more key entries to get there than the shortcut method.

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