STAY IN TOUCH

RELIABLE

Never lose signal or battery power. 

SUPERIOR SOUND QUALITY

Clearly and easily communicate without "breaking up".

EMERGENCY LOCATION

911 knows your exact location when dialed from your phone.

LOCAL
CALLING

FREE CALLING BETWEEN
862, 652, 585, 282

EXCHANGES

AREA
CALLING

REDUCED RATE FOR CALLS
MADE OUTSIDE OF FTCs
EXCHANGES

LONG
DISTANCE

SELECT YOUR LONG
DISTANCE CARRIER

CALLING
FEATURES

MAKE YOUR PHONE
WORK FOR YOU WITH
CUSTOM FEATURES

AREA CALLING

Our Area Calling Plan allows you to control the flexibility of your local and long distance calling charges, by extending your Local Calling area. Calling anyone in these areas below will be measured for time and billed at a reduced rate. These areas are considered Long Distance under our Local Calling plan. You also enjoy a reduced local service rate, summarized billing (itemized is available upon request for an additional charge) and unlimited calls to any city within the Band "C" from your exchange.

 

You will find the current tariffed rates below for each summary table.

 

LONG DISTANCE

  • ​Nexband Communications

  • AT&T Communications

  • MCI WorldCom

  • LCI (Qwest Communications)

  • Sprint

  • Global Crossing (Frontier)

  • Communigroup

For a complete list, call or stop by our office!

 
 

Calling Features

To activate Call Waiting:


This service allows you the option to receive another call while you are using your phone. If you are on the phone, you will know someone else is trying to call you when you hear a brief tone signal. If you do not want to be interrupted on a call, you may temporarily cancel Call Waiting. To activate, follow the steps below before making a call. 1. Listen for a dial tone. 2. If you have a touch-tone, dial *72. 3. Listen for a second dial tone. 4. Dial the number you wish to call.




To activate 3-Way Calling:


This service allows you the capability to add a third person to your conversation. To activate 3-Way Calling, follow the steps listed below: 1. Press and release the receiver button so that your first call will be placed on hold. You should hear three short beeps and then a dial tone. 2. Dial the third person's telephone number. You will be able to speak with this third person before adding the original caller. 3. To begin your 3-way calling conversation, press and release the receiver button again, and all three parties should then be on the line. If the original party hangs up, you may add another third party by repeating the steps above. To disconnect the third party, press the receiver button twice. You may then add a different third party. All parties are disconnected when you hang up.




To activate Call Forwarding:


Call Forwarding allows you to transfer incoming calls to any telephone. To activate Call Forwarding, follow the steps listed below.
1. If you have touch-tone, dial 72#.
2. If you have rotary, dial 72. 3. Listen for a dial tone (in some areas, you may hear three short tones and then a dial tone), and dial the number you want your calls forwarded to. 4. Listen for two short tones followed by the normal ringing sound (in some areas, you may only hear the normal ringing sound). When the calling party answers, tell them you are forwarding your calls to their number. Once you hang up, Call Forwarding will have been established. To cancel Call Forwarding, for touch-tone dial 73#, and for rotary dial 73. Listen for two or three short tones, followed by a steady dial tone. In some areas, you may only hear two or three short tones. Call Forwarding has been cancelled.




To activate Speed Calling:


Speed Calling gives you the opportunity to reach frequently called numbers by dialing an assigned code. You can set up either a one-digit Speed Calling Code (2 through 9), or a two-digit Speed Calling Code (20 through 49). To set up Speed Calling numbers, follow the steps listed below: 1. Dialing 74 will allow you to set up a one-digit Speed Calling Code. If you have touch-tone, dial 74# and listen for a dial tone. If you have rotary, dial 74 and listen for a dial tone.
2. Dialing 75 will allow you to set up a two-digit Speed Calling Code. If you have touch-tone, dial 75# and listen for a dial tone. If you have rotary, dial 75 and listen for a dial tone. 3. Listen for three short beeps and a steady dial tone. 4. Enter the Speed Calling Code you wish to assign (2 through 9 or 20 through 49). 5. Dial the desired local or complete long distance number and then press the # key. You should then hear another three short beeps. This indicates your speed-dialing number has been stored. Continue to enter other Speed Calling Codes using steps 1-4 above. To use your Speed Calling Feature, simply dial your one- or two-digit code, and then the # key. To reassign or change a Speed Calling Number, simply repeat these steps.




To activate Remote Access:


This service provides you the capability to remotely activate or deactivate Call Forwarding from any touch-tone phone. You do not have to wait for an answer to activate Call Forwarding. To use this service, just listen to the instructions after dialing the Special Access Number.
To activate, follow the steps listed below. 1. Dial the Special Access Number. 2. Dial your seven digit home or office telephone number that has Remote Access to Call Forwarding. 3. Dial your Personal Identification Number. 4. Dial 72#. 5. Dial the number (including area code, if needed) to which you want your calls forwarded. The forwarded to number dialed may be repeated to allow for correction if dialed incorrectly. Depending upon your area, you may hear either a recorded announcement, fast busy, or a series of beeps, followed by a steady dial tone as confirmation that Remote Access to Call Forwarding has been activated. To deactivate, follow the steps listed below. 1. Dial the Special Access Number. 2. Dial your seven digit home or office telephone number that has Remote Access to Call Forwarding. 3. Dial your Personal Identification Number. 4. Dial 73#. Please be aware that you have three chances to enter the correct telephone number that has Remote Access To Call Forwarding and your Personal Identification Number. After three attempts, you will be disconnected and will have to begin again. If you forward calls to a number outside of your local calling area,
you will incur toll charges.