Residence Hall Dialing Instructions
|Local calls:||Dial 9 + 10 digit number|
|All Long Distance Calls:||Dial 9 + 800 number on your prepaid or long distance calling card, proceed as directed.|
For all new voicemail requests or problems, contact the Helpdesk or email the Telecommunications Office at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a voicemail mailbox currently setup, please refer to the following quick reference guide.
Please see voicemail quick reference for more info on available voicemail commands.
Dial tone: a continuous steady tone (You may dial at this point)
Broken dial tone: a pulsing dial tone tells you that you have voice messages. See voicemail, above. (You are still able to dial at this point)
Special dial tone: Three short tones followed by dial tone (Heard in conference calls or when transferring calls)
Slow busy tone: Line is busy
Fast busy tone: Incorrect dialing, or feature denied
To report a problem with your telephone line, or if you have questions about resident hall telephone service, please contact the Helpdesk or email the Telecommunications Office at email@example.com.Maintained by firstname.lastname@example.org
Last modified: Jul 19, 2013, 11:13 EDT