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Table of Contents
Introduction to This Guide.............................................................................. 4
Overview of Your CustoPAK System ............................................................... 6
Terms You Should Know................................................................................ 8
CustoPAK Basic Features
✓ Assume Dial “9” .................................................................................. 9
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✓ Call Hold ............................................................................................. 10
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✓ Call Transfer ........................................................................................ 11
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✓ Consultation Hold ................................................................................ 12
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✓ Direct Inward/Outward Dialing (DID/DOD).............................................. 13
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✓ Distinctive Ringing (Inside/Outside Ringing) ......................................... 13
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✓ Intercom ............................................................................................. 14
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✓ Three-Way Calling ............................................................................... 15
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✓ Touch-Tone ......................................................................................... 16
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CustoPAK Selectable Features
❑ Automatic Callback .............................................................................. 18
❑ Call Forwarding Options ....................................................................... 19
❑ Call Forwarding ................................................................................... 20
❑ Call Forwarding – Busy Line................................................................. 22
❑ Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer ........................................................... 23
❑ Call Pick-Up – Group ........................................................................... 24
❑ Call Restriction Options ........................................................................ 25
❑ Call Waiting ....................................................................................... 26
❑ Cancel Call Waiting (Tone Block) ......................................................... 27
❑ Dial Call Waiting (for Intercom dialing)................................................... 28
❑ Hunting ............................................................................................. 29
❑ Speed Dialing .................................................................................... 30
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CustoPAK Optional Features
❑ 69 .................................................................................................. 32
❑ Busy Redial ....................................................................................... 33
❑ Call Block ( 60)................................................................................. 34
❑ Call Park ........................................................................................... 35
❑ Call Park – Directed .......................................................................... 36
❑ Call Trace .......................................................................................... 37
❑ Caller ID ........................................................................................... 38
❑ Caller ID – Number Only .................................................................... 39
❑ Enhanced Call Forwarding .................................................................. 40
❑ Executive Busy Override ..................................................................... 41
❑ Last Number Redial ........................................................................... 41
❑ Priority Call........................................................................................ 42
❑ Select Call Forwarding ....................................................................... 43
Voice Mail and CustoPAK ............................................................................ 44
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Appendix.................................................................................................... 45
Intercom Code Charts............................................................................. 46
Speed Dialing Code Charts ..................................................................... 49
CustoPAK Feature Activation/Deactivation Codes ...................................... 52
Feature Availability by Switch Type .......................................................... 53
Your CustoPAK Feature Selections........................................................... 54
Please be sure to read the Introduction and Overview sections of this
guide prior to operating your new CustoPAK system.
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Introduction to This Guide
This guide is intended to provide you with information to help you learn to
operate the features within your new CustoPAK system and get the most out
of its many benefits.
Before you begin using your new CustoPAK system, it is important to know your
switch type, or the type of equipment in the Verizon central office that handles
your telephone service. Your switch type is shown on the front cover of this
guide and may affect which features are available with your CustoPAK system.
Basic Features are automatically activated for each of your lines when
you purchase your CustoPAK system.
Upon installation of your system, your Verizon representative will assist you in
filling out your Feature Grid (see Appendix). Once complete, this grid indicates
which features you have selected for each of your CustoPAK lines. The Appendix
section also contains your Intercom and Speed Calling code charts. You may
wish to make copies of these handy tools and distribute them to other users in
your CustoPAK system for easy reference.
Selectable Features are available for each of your CustoPAK lines at no
additional monthly charge, but must be installed to be used.1
The Overview section which follows this Introduction will begin to acquaint you with
your new CustoPAK system and the many benefits it provides.
Optional Features are available at an additional charge per line and must
also be installed to be used.1
We are delighted that you have chosen Verizon. We hope this guide makes the
transition to your new CustoPAK system as smooth as possible.
The Features section of this guide describes the three types of features which
are available to choose from:
You may select as many or as few of the Selectable and Optional features as
you like for each of your CustoPAK lines, and may change them at any time.
Should you need assistance selecting additional features or changing features,
your Verizon representative is available to guide you. All features available with
CustoPAK are included in this guide regardless of whether you have selected
them for your system.
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To install these features, contact your Verizon representative. Installation charges may apply.
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For Customer Services, call
1-800 -483-5000
In Hawaii, call
643-4411
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Overview of Your CustoPAK System
Your CustoPAK system is a central office-based service, meaning all equipment
required to operate the system is in the Verizon central office. That also means
you have purchased a reliable, worry-free telephone system, as our central
offices are monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Your CustoPAK system can grow as your business grows. It has the capacity
to handle up to 30 telephone lines, and offers a flexible package of features
designed specifically with the small business customer in mind. You can
select which features you want for each of your CustoPAK lines based on your
business and communications needs. You may add or change features at any
time by contacting your Verizon representative (additional charges may apply).
CustoPAK can be customized to perform as a complete telephone system
working on standard single-line telephones or as feature-rich access lines
enhancing your existing telephone system. When used with existing telephone
systems, features like Call Transfer, Three-Way Calling and Consultation Hold
give you the functionality of a built-in second line. When using these features,
other lines remain free for incoming or outgoing calls. And, Call Forwarding
and Call Transfer allow you to easily transfer your calls to another location
outside your system without additional equipment.
Most of the features are activated by the use of codes. You’ll find all of the
information required to activate the CustoPAK features listed in the Features
section of this guide.
Your CustoPAK system comes with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee (except
California). We are confident that this system is the right solution for your
business needs. However, with this guarantee you are entitled to a full credit
of the CustoPAK charges and a change back to your previous Verizon service
if you are not satisfied and notify us within 30 calendar days.
Repair
The Repair Center handles service problems and out-of-service conditions on
your telephone lines and/or features, and the wiring to your location. It does
not handle and cannot fix your telephone equipment.
For problems with the wiring inside your business, you may repair it yourself,
hire a contractor or an electrician, or call Verizon. Verizon does this type of
repair for a fee based on the amount of time and the cost of the materials
required to correct the problem. For information on these services, contact
your Verizon representative.
The Verizon repair number is 1-800-483-2000. The Repair Center is open
24 hours a day, including holidays.
Help Desk
The CentraNet/Voice Mail Help Desk was established to answer your questions
about the operation of your CentraNet CustoPAK and Voice Mail services. Our
Help Desk will explain how the services and features operate, e.g., How do
I transfer a call? How do I reset my Passcode?
If you have questions about your CentraNet CustoPAK service, please call the
Help Desk at 1-800 - 483 -2000.
The Help Desk is available Monday-Friday between the hours of 5 a.m.-7 p.m.
and Saturday between the hours of 7 a.m.- 4 p.m. Pacific Time. The Help Desk
is closed on Sunday.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Verizon is in the process of updating all our
central office switches to provide access to Per Call Blocking. This feature
allows you to prevent the appearance of your phone number on Caller ID
display units on a per call basis.
Press *
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before placing an outgoing call to activate this feature.
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Terms You Should Know
CustoPAK Basic Features
Confirmation Tone
Three short bursts of tone heard when using some CustoPAK features. The
confirmation tone lets you know you have completed the activation or deactivation
of the features.
The features listed in this section are automatically included on each of your
CustoPAK lines. These basic features are the backbone of your new CustoPAK
system. Three of these features, Consultation Hold, Call Transfer and Three-Way
Calling provide you with the functionality of a built-in second line.
Regional Calling Area
The area within which Verizon can provide local and regional toll calling services.
Switch Type
This term identifies the types of equipment in Verizon’s central office that
handles your telephone service. Your switch type is shown on the front cover of
this guide. It is very important to be aware of your switch type, as it may affect
which features are available with your CustoPAK system.
Assume Dial “9”
This convenient feature allows you to place calls outside of the CustoPAK system
without having to dial the access code “9”.
NOTE: Verizon has automatically activated this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
Switchhook
The buttons or bar generally located under the receiver on a standard desk
telephone or electronic set. The switchhook initiates dial tone and is used to
operate some of the CustoPAK features.
Tap
Flash
Recall
Link
These terms refer to preprogrammed buttons on some telephones, that when
used replace the switchhook. If your telephone is equipped with one of these
buttons, always use it instead of the switchhook to operate the CustoPAK features.
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Call Hold
NOTES:
Call Hold allows you to place an established call on hold for an extended period
of time—provided neither you nor the other person hangs up—freeing up the
line to place or receive another call. Use Call Hold to help improve response time
while reducing equipment costs and callbacks.
1.) Only one call can be placed on hold at a time per telephone line.
2.) A holding call cannot be added to another call.
3.) Call Hold overrides Dial Call Waiting and Call Waiting. When you put a call
on hold to use the line to make or receive a second call, a third incoming
call will receive a busy signal.
To place an established call on hold:
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Listen for dial tone.
Press *
You will hear confirmation tone, followed by dial tone.
This valuable feature enables you to transfer an incoming call to any other
number either inside or outside of your CustoPAK system. You can privately
speak with the called party to announce the call prior to completing the transfer.
Use Call Transfer as an efficient way to process misdirected calls and reduce
message-taking and call handling time.
The call is on hold. Place the handset beside the telephone—do not hang up!
To transfer an incoming call:
0
1
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To place another call, while the first caller is on hold:
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on
your telephone set).
Listen for dial tone.
To transfer to an internal CustoPAK line, dial the intercom code assigned
to the internal line. To transfer to an outside line dial the number to which
you wish to transfer the call.
Privately announce the transfer to the recipient. Hang up.
Key in destination phone number of the third party. Wait for the party to
answer. If you encounter a busy signal, no answer or if an error is made in
dialing, press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending
on your telephone set) twice to connect to the original party.
When party answers you may consult privately.
To return to a call that is on hold:
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Listen for confirmation tone.
Press *
0
1
(you may now talk to the person that was on hold).
-OR-
10
Call Transfer
Hang up (your phone will ring).
Lift the handset (you may now talk to the party that was on hold).
-OR
Hang up (the call is automatically transferred).
NOTES:
1.) If you receive a busy signal, no answer or if an error is made in dialing,
press the switchhook twice to reconnect to the original call.
2.) You cannot transfer a call while on a Three-Way or Call Waiting call.
3.) A call placed from a CustoPAK line to a number outside the system cannot
be transferred to another number outside the system.
4.) Call Transfer may generate local, regional toll or long distance charges.
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Consultation Hold
Direct Inward/Outward Dialing (DID/DOD)
Consultation Hold provides a temporary or “soft” hold without having to dial
an activation code. This allows you to place another call for private consultation
or to initiate a three-way call. Use Consultation Hold to quickly verify customer
inquiries and reduce costly and time-consuming callbacks.
Direct Inward Dialing allows you to receive incoming calls directly at your station.
This can help enhance customer service by allowing incoming callers to quickly
reach you without the delay of a call transfer. Direct Outward Dialing improves
efficiency by enabling you to place calls to locations outside the system without
first dialing an access code or going through a central attendant.
To place a call on hold:
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Listen for dial tone.
Dial the third party (if you encounter a busy signal, no answer or if an error is
made in dialing, press the switchhook twice to reconnect to the original call).
When the third party answers, you may consult privately before reconnecting
to the original call.
To return to the original caller:
Allow the third party to hang up.
Press the switchhook twice (if the switchhook is only pressed once, a three-way
call will be established).
NOTES:
1.) Consultation Hold overrides Dial Call Waiting and Call Waiting. When you put
a call on hold to use the line to place a second call, a third incoming call will
receive a busy signal.
2.) Call Forwarding cannot be activated while a call is on Consultation Hold.
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NOTE: Verizon has automatically activated this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
Distinctive Ringing (Inside/Outside Ringing)
CustoPAK Distinctive Ringing provides you with the ability to distinguish between
internal and external incoming calls, allowing you to greet customers and callers
from outside of your system more professionally. Internal calls—calls placed by
someone within the CustoPAK system using the Intercom feature—will ring with
a single ring. External calls—calls made from outside of the CustoPAK system—
are identified by a double ring. This feature is not available in the GTD-5
switch.
NOTES:
1.) Many telephone sets have their own distinctive ringing patterns that are not
associated with CustoPAK Distinctive Ringing.
2.) Priority Call and Distinctive Ringing cannot be on the same CustoPAK line,
since they share the same ring patterns.
3.) On forwarded calls, the ring pattern will be based on the original line, not the
forwarding line.
4.) On transferred calls, the ring pattern will be based on the transferring line,
not the original line.
5.) Verizon has automatically activated this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
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Intercom
Three-Way Calling
The Intercom feature allows you to speak to, or transfer a call to, any other
person within your CustoPAK system—without incurring local usage charges.
Simply dial the two-digit code that was assigned to the line. See the Appendix
on page 45 of this guide to locate the Intercom Code Chart for your switch type.
The intercom codes are pre-assigned and programmed by Verizon.
Three-Way Calling enables you to add a third party from either inside or
outside of your CustoPAK system to any established call to create a three-way
conference arrangement. This maximizes line efficiency and reduces costly
and time-consuming callbacks by allowing you to obtain answers to urgent
inquiries from two separate sources in a single call — reducing the costs and
lost productivity of multiple telephone calls.
To use the Intercom feature:
Pick up the handset and listen for dial tone.
Dial the intercom code:
2
0
#
#
2
–
–
4
#
7
9
#
for 5ESS, GTD-5 and DMS 100 switch types.
for DMS 10 switch types.
NOTE: For the Intercom feature to function properly, individual telephone
numbers must be assigned to a Multi-Line Hunt group.
While engaged in a two-way conversation:
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Listen for dial tone.
Dial the number of the party you wish to add to the call (if you encounter
a busy signal, no answer or an error is made in dialing, press the switchhook
twice or hang up to reconnect to the original call).
Announce that you are setting up a conference call.
Press the switchhook again (the three-way conference is established).
NOTES:
1.) You may use Three-Way Calling to add another person no matter who
placed the original call. However, if you placed both calls and they are
outside of your CustoPAK system, when you hang up the other two people
will automatically disconnect.
2.) Three-Way Calling may generate local, regional toll or long distance charges.
If you hang up, you will be billed the appropriate charges for the portion of
the call for which you are responsible.
3.) You cannot establish a three-way call using the Automatic Callback feature.
4.) A three-way conference cannot be made between an established call and
a Call Waiting call.
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Touch-Tone
Touch-Tone provides the ability to push-button dial on tone-signaling telephones
to access CustoPAK features and dial telephone numbers. Rotary dial telephones
are not compatible with CustoPAK service.
NOTE: Verizon has automatically activated this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
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CustoPAK Selectable Features
The features listed in this section are available for each of your CustoPAK lines
at no additional monthly charge. You may select as many or as few of these
features as you like, giving you the flexibility to customize each individual CustoPAK
line in the manner which best suits your business. As you read through this section, be aware of your switch type (found on the front cover of this guide), since
some features are not available for certain switch types. To add or change features
at any time after your initial installation, contact your Verizon representative.
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Automatic Callback
Call Forwarding Options
When you encounter a busy line within your CustoPAK system, a code can be
dialed which will connect you when both lines are idle. The request will remain
active for 30 minutes unless canceled. Use Automatic Callback to increase
productivity by eliminating “telephone tag”, manual callbacks and unnecessary
dialing. This feature only works within the CustoPAK system, and the system
can only accommodate one request at a time per line. This feature is not
available in the GTD-5 switch type.
Your CustoPAK system can be equipped with one or all of its five Call Forwarding
options. You may select or combine these features to meet your business needs.
The Call Forwarding options and their descriptions can be found by referring to
the list below:
Option
Section
Page
Call Forwarding ..................................... Selectable Features .................................. 20
To activate Automatic Callback once you’ve reached a busy line within
your CustoPAK system:
Call Forwarding – Busy Line ................. Selectable Features .................................. 22
Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer............ Selectable Features .................................. 23
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Listen for dial tone.
Press *
Listen for confirmation tone.
Hang up (when the called line is idle, your line will ring with a distinctive ring).
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Enhanced Call Forwarding1 .................... Optional Features ..................................... 40
Select Call Forwarding1.......................... Optional Features ..................................... 43
.
To cancel an Automatic Callback request:
Lift handset and press
Listen for confirmation tone.
Hang up.
#
5
2
.
NOTES:
1.) If an Automatic Callback is not answered by the originating station, the
request will be canceled.
2.) Automatic Callback can only be active on one station at a time.
3.) An Automatic Callback request can only be activated if the called number is
in a busy condition and within the CustoPAK group.
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Additional charges apply.
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Call Forwarding
NOTES:
This Call Forwarding option allows you to have all incoming calls forwarded
to a pre-determined telephone number either inside or outside the CustoPAK
system. Call Forwarding provides you with the flexibility to choose your own
forward-to number, to change it as often as you like and to turn the feature
on or off as needed. When activated, it overrides Call Forwarding – Busy Line/
Don’t Answer and gives you the mobility you need to be productive outside the
office and after hours.
1.) Calls forwarded outside the system are subject to local, regional toll or long
distance charges, as applicable.
2.) To confirm that Call Forwarding is on, press * 7 2 and if the feature is
on you will hear a fast busy tone. If it is off you’ll hear normal dial tone.
3.) You can place calls when Call Forwarding is on, however, you cannot answer
incoming calls. You will hear one short ring each time a call forwards to
remind you that the service is on.
4.) Call Forwarding overrides Call Waiting, Dial Call Waiting, Hunting arrangements and Call Forwarding – Busy Line/Don’t Answer.
5.) Voice Mail service will not work when Call Forwarding is on, unless you have
activated forwarding to the Voice Mail service access number.
6.) A line with Call Forwarding activated cannot have an Automatic Callback
request initiated against it.
To turn Call Forwarding on:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
At the tone, dial the telephone number you want your calls forwarded to.
When the call is answered, the feature has been activated. If the call is
not answered, hang up and repeat the above steps within two minutes.
The feature is activated when you hear the confirmation tone.
7
2
.
To turn Call Forwarding off:
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Press *
7
3
(two short tones indicate that the service has been turned off).
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Call Forwarding – Busy Line
Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer
This feature automatically routes incoming calls to a pre-determined number
(either inside or outside of your CustoPAK system) when your line is busy. Use
Call Forwarding – Busy Line to improve customer service by forwarding calls
to alternate answering points, ensuring that all incoming calls are covered. This
feature can be separate on the line or can be combined with Call Forwarding –
Don’t Answer. The forward-to number must be programmed by Verizon.
This feature automatically routes incoming calls to a telephone number (either
inside or outside of your CustoPAK system, or to Voice Messaging) when your
line is unanswered after a pre-determined number of rings (4-ring maximum).
Use Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer to improve customer service by forwarding
calls to alternate answering points, ensuring that no opportunities are lost
due to an unanswered call. This feature can be separate on the line or can
be combined with Call Forwarding – Busy Line. The forward-to number must
be programmed by Verizon.
NOTES:
1.) Calls forwarded outside the system are subject to local, regional toll or long
distance charges, as applicable.
2.) Call Forwarding – Busy Line overrides Dial Call Waiting (see page 29).
Therefore, if you place a call to a number with Call Forwarding – Busy Line,
the call is forwarded and the Dial Call Waiting treatment is not given during
a busy condition.
3.) Call Forwarding overrides Call Forwarding – Busy Line.
4.) For Multi-Line Hunt groups, Call Forwarding – Busy Line can only be
assigned on a group basis and will apply to every line in the group.
5.) Call Forwarding – Busy Line can only be assigned to the last member of
a Series Hunt group.
6.) If you have Voice Messaging, it is not necessary to subscribe to this feature.
7.) Verizon must automatically activate this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
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NOTES:
1.) Calls forwarded outside the system are subject to local, regional toll or long
distance charges, as applicable.
2.) Call Forwarding overrides Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer.
3.) Call Waiting and Dial Call Waiting override Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer.
4.) For Multi-Line Hunt groups, Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer can only be
assigned on a group basis and will apply to every line in the group.
5.) If the forward-to number is busy, the call will not forward. The line will
continue to ring, or you may get a busy signal, depending upon the location
of the forward-to number.
6.) If you have Voice Messaging, it is not necessary to subscribe to this feature.
7.) Verizon must automatically activate this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
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Call Pick-Up – Group
Call Restriction Options
Call Pick-Up – Group enables you to answer (pick-up) calls directed to any other
line within your Call Pick-Up group by dialing a code. If more than one person tries
to pick-up the call, the first user will receive the call, and the others will receive a
busy signal as confirmation that the call was answered. Use Call Pick-Up – Group
to provide maximum call coverage and ensure against missed calls.
This feature enables you to select and control the incoming and outgoing
calling capabilities of each of your CustoPAK lines. Each line can only be
equipped with one Call Restriction option, which has been programmed by Verizon.
To use Call Pick-Up – Group:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
1
7
NOTE: Verizon must automatically activate this feature. You cannot activate
or deactivate the feature as you choose. If you want to add or update Call
Restriction options, please contact your Verizon representative.
(the incoming call is connected to your station).
To use Call Pick-Up – Group when you are already on the phone:
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Listen for dial tone.
Press *
0
1
to put the first call on hold.
Press *
1
7
(the incoming call is connected to your station).
NOTES:
1.) You cannot use Call Pick-Up – Group to connect to an Automatic Callback call.
2.) If more than one line in your Call Pick-Up group is ringing, you cannot select
which line to answer. The system will automatically direct the pick-up to the
call that came in first.
3.) All lines in a Multi-Line Hunt group must be in the same Call Pick-Up group.
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Call Waiting
This valuable feature provides an audible tone while you are on the line that
alerts you of another incoming call. You then have the option to either place
the present call on hold to answer the incoming call or to disregard it. The
calling party will receive ringing tone instead of a busy tone. Use Call Waiting
to maximize line efficiency and improve customer service by ensuring prompt
responses to urgent inquiries.
Cancel Call Waiting (Tone Block)
When you don’t want to be disturbed or interrupted during an important call,
you can temporarily deactivate Call Waiting. You can activate Cancel Call Waiting
before you place a call or at any point during the conversation. Cancel Call
Waiting works only for the length of one call. When you hang up, Call Waiting
returns automatically to your phone.
To cancel the Call Waiting tone before placing a call:
After hearing the Call Waiting tone:
Either end your first call or tell the person to whom you are speaking that
you are going to put them on hold.
Press and release the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button,
depending on your telephone set) to put the first person on hold and answer
the second call in the GTD-5 switch.
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Listen for confirmation tone, followed by normal dial tone.
Dial the telephone number.
7
0
.
To cancel the Call Waiting tone during a call:
Press and release the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button,
depending on your telephone set), listen for the flash tone, then dial * 0 1
to put the first person on hold and answer the second call in the DMS 100,
DMS 10 and 5ESS switches (may also be required for GTD-5 switch).
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Press *
To return to the first call and put the second call on hold, repeat bullet two or
three (depending on switch type). You can alternate between calls as often as
desired by repeating bullets two or three (depending on switch type).
NOTE: In some areas you can only activate Cancel Call Waiting before placing a call.
7
0
(you will reconnect automatically to your call).
NOTES:
1.) Call Waiting allows you to have two calls on your line at the same time
(one on hold and one to whom you are talking). A third caller will hear a
busy signal.
2.) Call Waiting cannot be assigned to lines in a Multi-Line Hunt group.
3.) Call Waiting overrides Call Forwarding – Busy Line/Don’t Answer.
4.) Call Forwarding overrides Dial Call Waiting.
5.) Series Hunting overrides Call Waiting, which should be assigned to the last
number of a Series Hunt group.
6.) A three-way conference cannot be made between an established call and
a Call Waiting call.
7.) If Call Waiting and Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer are active on the same
line and you choose to ignore the Call Waiting tone, the call will forward to
your Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer number.
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Dial Call Waiting (for Intercom dialing)
Hunting
This feature allows you to send a Call Waiting tone to another line within your
CustoPAK system when that line is busy, letting the called party know that someone is trying to reach them. The called party then has the option to answer or
ignore the Call Waiting tone. Use Dial Call Waiting to help ensure the timely and
efficient flow of information within your business. This feature is not available
for GTD-5 switch types.
Hunting allows your business to reduce busy signals and increase accessibility
by expanding call coverage. A Hunting arrangement begins with a call to a lead,
or pilot number and searches for an idle line beginning with the first number of a
pre-assigned Hunt group and ending with the last number in the group.
Upon dialing an internal station number and hearing a busy tone:
Hang up.
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Dial the number of the busy station (the called party hears a Call Waiting tone).
Remain off-hook until the called party answers.
5
4
and listen for confirmation tone.
NOTES:
NOTES:
1.) When a Multi-Line Hunt group is assigned to a CustoPAK customer, individual
telephone numbers must be assigned in order for the Intercom feature to work.
2.) Call Waiting cannot be assigned to lines in a Hunt group.
3.) Automatic Callback cannot be activated against lines in a Hunt group.
4.) Call Forwarding and Call Forwarding – Busy Line/Don’t Answer can only be
assigned to a Multi-Line Hunt group on a group basis.
5.) All lines in a Multi-Line Hunt group must be in the same Call Pick-Up group.
6.) Caller ID will work in a Hunt group, however, the feature must be assigned to
every line in the Hunt group.
7.) Verizon must automatically activate this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
Dial Call Waiting only works within your CustoPAK system.
Dial Call Waiting cannot be assigned to lines in a Multi-Line Hunt group.
Dial Call Waiting overrides Call Forwarding – Busy Line/Don’t Answer.
Call Forwarding overrides Dial Call Waiting.
If Call Waiting and Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer are active on the same
line and the called party chooses to ignore the Dial Call Waiting tone, the call
will forward to the called party’s Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer number.
6 .) Series Hunting overrides Dial Call Waiting, which should be assigned to the
last number of a Series Hunt group.
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Speed Dialing
Speed Dialing allows you to call frequently dialed numbers by using an
abbreviated code, reducing dialing time and time spent searching for telephone
numbers. Speed Dialing gives you the flexibility to create and edit your own
Speed Dialing list. The Speed Dialing short list consists of 8 numbers unless
you have a 5ESS switch type, which provides a 6-number Speed Dialing list.
CustoPAK Optional Features
The following features are available for each of your CustoPAK lines at an additional
monthly charge per line. As you read through this section, be aware of your
switch type (found on the front cover of this guide), since some of these Optional
features are not available for certain switch types. To add or change any of these
features after your initial installation, contact your Verizon representative.
To establish/add or change a number on your Speed Dialing list:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
7
Press
1
Press the Speed Dialing code numbers to be programmed (2-9 for all switches
except 5ESS, press 2-7 for 5ESS).
Dial the telephone number to be assigned to the code, along with any required
access codes, ( i.e., long distance carrier access code) up to 28 digits.
Listen for confirmation tone.
Hang up.
Repeat steps for each code number to be programmed.
#
4
and listen for confirmation tone.
(GTD-5 only, skip this step in all other switches).
To place a Speed Call from the short list:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press # 1 (all switches) and then dial the Speed Dialing code number
(2-9 or 2-7 depending on what switch type you have). See page 50 for
Speed Dialing code charts.
Wait for party to answer.
NOTES:
1.) OPTIONAL: After you press # 1 and the code number, press # again
for a quicker connection.
2.) Service codes such as 911, cannot be programmed.
3.) Fully restricted lines cannot have Speed Dialing.
4.) Customers may experience a 2- to 3-second timing delay when activating
Speed Dialing codes that match other feature activation codes.
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* 69
Busy Redial
This convenient feature automatically stores and allows you to redial the number
of the last person who called you. *69 only works on calls made from numbers
within your regional calling area and can be used whether you answered the
last call or not. If you return the call and the number is busy, *69 will monitor the
busy line and attempt to connect your call for up to 30 minutes, unless canceled.
In most cases, your phone will ring with a series of short-short-long rings when
the number you called is no longer busy. This feature is not available in the
DMS 10 switch type.
After reaching a busy line within your regional calling area, this convenient service
allows you to dial a code that will automatically connect you when both lines
are idle. Once activated, Busy Redial will monitor the busy line and attempt to
connect your call for up to 30 minutes, unless canceled. You will be alerted with
a special ring when the call is returned. You can use Busy Redial to help reduce
multiple callbacks, dialing time and lost productivity. This feature is not available
in the DMS 10 switch type.
After dialing a busy number:
To activate * 69:
Hang up.
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Press * 6 6 . You will hear two normal ringing tones or an announcement. If the called number is still busy, a voice recording will tell you that
your call is next in line.
Hang up. When the number you called is no longer busy, your telephone
will ring with a series of short-short-long rings (ringing tones may vary).
Lift the handset. You will hear normal ringing tone.
6
(a voice recording may provide additional instructions).
9
To deactivate * 69:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
8
9
.
NOTES:
1.) If you hear the Call Waiting tone while you are on the line, you have two
choices: you can use *69 to call back later, or you can use Call Waiting
during the call.
2.) A *69 callback will not activate a Call Waiting tone; the line must be idle.
3.) *69 and Automatic Callback cannot be on the same line.
4.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
5.) *69 ring patterns may duplicate those of Distinctive Ringing.
6.) *69 will not work when activated against a line with Call Forwarding.
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To deactivate Busy Redial:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
8
6
.
NOTES:
1.) The number you called will not ring until you pick up your telephone.
2.) Occasionally, the person you are calling uses the phone before Busy Redial
can complete your call. If this happens, a voice recording will tell you to
hang up and reactivate Busy Redial.
3.) You can use Busy Redial to return calls to more than one busy number at a time.
4.) When your phone rings with a short-short-long ring, you need to answer by
the third series of rings or Busy Redial will pause and try to complete your
call 5 minutes later.
5.) Busy Redial and Automatic Callback cannot be on the same line.
6.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
7.) Busy Redial will not activate a Call Waiting tone.
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Call Block (*60)
Call Block provides you with the capability to block up to 12 external telephone
numbers (within your regional calling area) from calling your number, preventing
unwanted and nuisance calls. Once activated, any calls from these 12 numbers
will be routed to an intercept message. For your protection, calls from outside
of your regional calling area and operator-handled calls cannot be blocked.
This feature is not available in the DMS 10 switch type.
Call Park
To access the Call Block feature:
To “park” a call against your number:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press *
Listen to the voice-recorded instructions for Call Block options.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Press *
Hang-up.
6
0
.
GTD-5 switch type only:
If you are a member of a Hunt group, you must:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press
Listen to the voice-recorded instructions for Call Block options.
#
6
0
.
Call Park functions like Call Pick-Up except that the call is already in progress.
You can “park” an established call on your line against your own number, freeing
up your line to place or receive another call. The parked call can be retrieved
from any other station within the CustoPAK system, including your own. Only one
call can be parked against a CustoPAK line at a given time. This feature is not
available in the DMS 10 switch type.
1
1
and listen for confirmation tone.
To retrieve a call you “parked” against your number:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Begin your conversation.
1
3
and listen for confirmation tone.
NOTES:
1.) Blocked calls will not be forwarded on any Call Forwarding arrangement
and will not appear on Caller ID displays.
2.) Call Block takes precedence over Series Hunting.
3.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
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NOTES:
1.) If a parked call is not retrieved, the parking station will be recalled when idle.
2.) A station in the “call parked” condition cannot use the Three-Way Calling feature.
3.) Call Waiting will not activate against a number in a “parked” condition.
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Call Park – Directed
Call Trace
This feature is an enhancement to Call Park. It performs the same functions
as Call Park, but it allows you to park calls against any number in the CustoPAK
system except your own. Only one call can be parked against a CustoPAK line at a
given time. This feature is not available for GTD-5 and DMS 10 switch types.
This protective feature enables you to trace the number of the last threatening or
harassing call received, as long as the call originates from within your regional
calling area. The calling party’s number will automatically be reported to Verizon,
and in some areas you will be charged for each successful trace. This feature
is not available in the DMS 10 switch type.
To park a call against another CustoPAK number:
Tell the person to whom you are speaking that you are going to put them on hold.
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on
your telephone set).
Hang up.
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Press *
Dial the Intercom number of the station where you wish to park the call.
A voice recording will tell you if the call trace has been completed successfully.
Hang-up.
To take legal action, record the exact date and time of the call and contact
Verizon within 10 days at the number provided by the voice recording. If
you forget that number, call the Customer Contact Center for assistance. If
the situation is an emergency, call your local law enforcement agency.
1
4
.
To retrieve parked calls from any line:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press * 1 2 . If a call is parked against the line from which you are
retrieving it, you will be automatically connected. If you are retrieving the
call from a different line, dial the Intercom number of the line that the call
is parked against.
Begin your conversation.
NOTES:
1.) If a parked call is not retrieved, the parking station will be recalled when idle.
2.) The station in the “call parked” condition and the station with Call Park –
Directed activated cannot use the Three-Way Calling or Executive Busy
Override features.
3.) Call Waiting will not activate against a number in a “parked” condition.
4.) Call Park – Directed cannot be used to answer an Automatic Callback call.
5.) Call Park – Directed cannot be activated against a line with Call Forwarding.
6.) Call Park – Directed cannot be applied to a member of a Hunt group.
7.) Call Park – Directed overrides Series Hunting and Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer.
8.) The Call Park – Directed access code and the station number must be dialed
before you know if the call has already been retrieved.
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If you receive a life-threatening or harassing call:
5
7
and follow the voice-recorded instructions.
NOTES:
1.) If you successfully trace a call and choose to take further action, you
must contact Verizon within 10 days or the call record will no longer be
stored in the system.
2.) The records of any Call Trace request will be released only to a law
enforcement agency.
3.) In some areas, Call Trace is available on a pay-per-use or subscription basis.
4.) Call Trace cannot trace a call that was forwarded by way of Call Forwarding or
Call Forwarding – Busy Line.
5.) If Call Trace is activated after receiving a Call Waiting tone, the waiting call
will be traced, whether answered or not.
6.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
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Caller ID
Caller ID – Number Only
Caller ID, along with compatible display telephones or separate Caller ID display
box, lets you view the listed name and number of the incoming call before you
pick it up. Use Caller ID to help improve customer service by personalizing your
greetings and gathering information pertinent to a call before you answer it. You
can also use the service to prioritize and screen calls when you are expecting an
important call from a customer or supplier. Caller ID display devices vary in
design, available features and the amount of information that may be retained in
memory. The service will display information between the first and second rings
for most calls, including long distance. However, some calls may be shown as
“Out-of-Area” or as “Private Number” and the information will not be displayed.
This feature is not available in the DMS 10 switch type.
Caller ID – Number Only, along with compatible display telephones or separate
Caller ID display box, lets you view the number of the incoming call before
you pick it up. Use Caller ID – Number Only to help improve customer service by
personalizing your greetings and gathering information pertinent to a call before
you answer it. You can also use the service to prioritize and screen calls when
you are expecting an important call from a customer or supplier. Caller ID display
devices vary in design, available features and the amount of numbers that may be
retained in memory. Caller ID will display numbers between the first and second
rings for most calls, including long distance. However, some calls may be shown
as “Out-of-Area” or as “Private Number” and the number will not be displayed.
This feature is not available in the DMS 10 switch type.
NOTES:
NOTES:
1.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
2.) If Call Forwarding or Select Call Forwarding is activated, the call information
will not be displayed at the forward-from location, but will be passed to the
forward-to number.
3.) With Call Forwarding – Busy Line, the call information will not be passed
to the forward-to number.
4.) With Call Waiting, the call information will not be displayed, unless the line
has Call Waiting ID and the phone has the appropriate display unit.
5.) Caller ID is not available with Off Premises station lines or Foreign Exchange
station lines.
6.) Verizon must automatically activate this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
1.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
2.) If Call Forwarding or Select Call Forwarding is activated, the calling number
will not be displayed at the forward-from location, but will be passed to the
forward-to number.
3.) With Call Forwarding – Busy Line, the calling number will not be passed to
forward-to number.
4.) With Call Waiting, the calling number will not be displayed, unless the line
has Call Waiting ID and the phone has the appropriate display unit.
5.) Caller ID – Number Only is not available with Off Premises station lines or
Foreign Exchange station lines.
6.) Verizon must automatically activate this feature. You cannot activate or
deactivate the feature as you choose.
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Enhanced Call Forwarding
Executive Busy Override
Using a toll free 800 number, you can forward calls from anywhere in the
country to any other number of your choice (pager, cellular phone, work phone
or home phone). Enhanced Call Forwarding has been installed with a default
destination number that you have chosen, and provides you with the flexibility
to override the default number whenever necessary. This feature is not available in the DMS 10 switch type.
Executive Busy Override allows you to gain access to a busy line within your
CustoPAK system by dialing a code, thus establishing a three-way call. The
called number will receive a warning tone prior to the establishment of the
three-way conference call. The person to whom the called party is speaking
can be either inside or outside of the CustoPAK system. This feature is not
available in the GTD-5 switch type.
While using Enhanced Call Forwarding, certain buttons always have the same
standard function:
Upon reaching a busy internal station:
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on your
telephone set).
Press * 4 0 (both parties will hear break-in tone and you can now join
the conversation).
Press
8
to jump to the Main Menu.
Press
9
to hear a menu again.
Press
0
to hear help information.
Press * to return to the previous menu.
NOTES:
If you’re entering a string of digits (a phone number or a time) and make
a mistake, press * to clear the entry so you can start over again.
After entering a string of digits, press
1.) If a three-way conference is already in progress on the called number, the
feature will not operate.
2.) If the called party presses the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button,
depending on the telephone set), the overriding party will be disconnected
from the three-way call. If any of the three parties hang up, the remaining
two parties will still be connected.
#
to end the string.
Calling Enhanced Call Forwarding
From a touch-tone telephone:
Dial 1-888-483-3230.
Enter your 10-digit Enhanced Call Forwarding account number, then press
Enter your Verizon-provided temporary PIN, then press # . If this is the first
time you’ve used Enhanced Call Forwarding, you’ll be prompted to create your
new 6- to 10-digit PIN.
Refer to your Enhanced Call Forwarding User Guide for detailed
information on how to use this feature.
#
.
Last Number Redial
This convenient service enables you to be connected to the last number you
dialed. Use Last Number Redial to save time and improve efficiency by reducing
dialing time and time spent looking for telephone numbers. This feature is not
available for 5ESS and DMS 10 switch types.
To be connected to the last number you dialed:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press
#
7
7
and wait for the call to connect.
NOTE: If you called both numbers when establishing a three-way conference,
the second number is the one stored for a Last Number Redial request.
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Priority Call
Select Call Forwarding
Priority Call enables you to program up to 12 numbers—from within your
regional calling area—to be identified with a special ring pattern (short-longshort). Use Priority Call to help you know when an important call comes in so
you can give superior service to your high-priority callers. This feature is not
available in the DMS 10 switch type.
Select Call Forwarding lets you program up to 12 numbers — from within your
regional calling area— that you wish to have call forwarded. When a number on
your Select Call Forwarding list calls you, it will be forwarded to the number
you have programmed to receive the call. Calls from all other numbers will be
handled in the normal manner. You can program calls to forward to virtually
any number— local or long distance — and Select Call Forwarding allows
you to change your forward-to number whenever necessary. Use Select Call
Forwarding to remain accessible and give top priority to your most important
callers. This feature may generate local, regional toll or long distance charges.
This feature is not available in the DMS 10 switch type.
To turn Priority Call on or off:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Listen to the voice recording for instructions on how to turn Priority Call on or
off, and how to change or review your Priority Call list.
6
1
.
To update your Priority Call list:
Press * 6 1 and follow the voice-recorded instructions. If your list is full,
you must erase one number before you can add another.
To turn Select Call Forwarding on or off:
Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Listen to the voice recording for instructions on how to turn your Select Call
Forwarding service on and off and how to change or review your Select Call
Forwarding list.
NOTES:
1.) The Priority Call special ring will not follow a Call Forwarding or Select Call
Forwarding call.
2.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
3.) The Priority Call special ring will not hunt.
4.) This feature will not work on a Hunt group’s pilot number.
6
3
.
To update your Select Call Forwarding list:
Press * 6 3 and follow the voice-recorded instructions. If your list is full,
you must delete one number before you can add another.
NOTES:
1.) When Select Call Forwarding is on and a call forwards:
- Calls from numbers on your Select Call Forwarding list cannot be answered at
the forward-from number, however, they will generate one short ring to remind
you that the call is being forwarded. The forward-to number will ring normally.
- All calls from numbers not on your Select Call Forwarding list will ring
normally and can be answered.
- If you also have Call Forwarding and it is turned on, all calls from phone
numbers not on your Select Forwarding list will forward to the number you
have chosen as the Call Forwarding Select destination.
2.) Blocked calls will not forward.
3.) This feature must be applied to all members of a Hunt group.
4.) Select Call Forwarding overrides all other Call Forwarding arrangements.
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Voice Mail and CustoPAK
Appendix
Verizon Voice Mail offers an efficient, businesslike way to capture important
messages when you’re away from the office or on the phone 24 hours a day,
365 days a year. If you are unable to answer your line, or you are using your line
(line busy), up to 3 calls can forward to your mailbox.
Intercom Code Charts
GTD-5, 5ESS and DMS 100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
You can set up your Verizon Voice Mail to enable callers to transfer out of
the mailbox to a local telephone number selected by you for live answering.
In addition to a Main Greeting, Verizon Voice Mail offers the option of an
Alternate Greeting for times when you are away from the office.
If you wish to transfer a caller on your line to another CustoPAK line
which has Verizon Voice Mail:
Press the switchhook (or the Tap/Flash/Recall/Link button, depending on
your telephone set).
Dial the Intercom number.
IF the line is answered, press the switchhook for a three-way call. If you wish
to exit, simply hang up and the two parties will remain in conference.
IF the line is not answered, you can hang up after the first ring, and the caller
will forward to the second station line user’s mailbox greeting. The caller can
then leave a recorded message in the second mailbox user’s mailbox.
DMS 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Speed Dialing Code Charts
GTD-5, DMS 100 and DMS 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
5ESS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
CustoPAK Feature Activation/Deactivation Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Feature Availability by Switch Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Your CustoPAK Feature Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
NOTE: Please refer to the Verizon Voice Mail User Guide for information on how
to use your mailbox.
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Intercom Code Charts
GTD-5, 5ESS and DMS 100 Intercom Code Chart
The following charts are provided for you to list your Intercom codes. Each
telephone number has been assigned an intercom code, and depending on your
switch type, you must press # either before or after the Intercom code number.
These Intercom codes have been programmed by Verizon. Instructions for using
the Intercom feature are found below and also on page 14 of this guide.
To make an Intercom call:
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Pick up the handset and listen for dial tone.
Press the Intercom code
Press the Intercom code
2
#
0
#
2
–
–
#
4
7
9
#
(GTD-5, 5ESS and DMS 100).
(DMS 10).
Name
Code
Telephone Number
20#
21#
22#
23#
24#
25#
26#
27#
28#
29#
30#
31#
32#
33#
34#
35#
36#
37#
38#
39#
40#
41#
42#
43#
44#
45#
46#
47#
48#
49#
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Speed Dialing Code Charts
DMS 10 Intercom Code Chart
Name
Code
#2
#3
#4
#5
Telephone Number
The following charts are provided for you to list your Speed Dialing codes. The
length of your individual Speed Dialing list is determined by your switch type.
Your switch type can be found on the front cover of this guide. Be sure to use
the Speed Dialing list that corresponds to your switch type. The instructions for
setting up a list and making calls using Speed Dialing can be found below and
also on page 30 of this guide.
To establish or change your Speed Dialing list:
#6
#7
Lift the receiver and listen for dial tone.
Press *
Press #
7
1
4
and listen for dial tone.
.(GTD-5 only, skip this step in all other switches).
Press the Speed Dialing 1-digit code number to be programmed
(see pages 50-51).
Dial the telephone number to be assigned to the code.
Listen for confirmation tone.
Hang up.
Repeat steps for each Speed Dialing code number to be programmed.
To make a call using Speed Dialing:
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Lift the receiver and listen for dial tone.
Press # 1 .(all switches) and then dial the Speed Dialing code number
(see pages 50-51).
You will hear the called number ringing.
Wait for party to answer.
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GTD-5, DMS 100 and DMS 10 Speed Dialing List
Name
Code
Telephone Number
5ESS Speed Dialing List
Name
Code
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
Telephone Number
8
9
50
51
CustoPAK® Feature Activation/Deactivation Codes
Feature
Activation Code
*69
Automatic Callback
Busy Redial
Call Block
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Park
Call Park – Directed
Call Pick-Up – Group
Call Trace
Cancel Call Waiting
Dial Call Waiting
Executive Busy Override
*69
*52
*66
*60
*72
*01
*11
*14
*17
*57
*70
*54
*40
20# - 49# for 5ESS,
Intercom
GTD-5 and DMS 100.
#2 - #7 for DMS 10.
#77
61
63
74, then #1 (GTD-5 only)
to program.
2 - 9 to use feature
for all switches,
except the 5ESS.
2 - 7 to use feature
for the 5ESS.
Last Number Redial
Priority Call
Select Call Forwarding
*
Speed Dialing
*
*
Deactivation or
Retrieval Code
89
#52
86
*
*
*73
*01
*13
*12
Feature Availability by Switch Type
Feature
GTD-5
Basic Features
Assume Dial “9”
Call Hold
Call Transfer
Consultation Hold
Direct Inward/Outward Dialing (DID/DOD)
Distinctive Ringing (Inside/Outside Ringing)
Intercom Dialing
Three-Way Calling
Touch-Tone
Selectable Features
Automatic Callback
Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding – Busy Line
Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer
Call Pick-Up – Group
Call Restriction Options
Call Waiting
Cancel Call Waiting
Dial Call Waiting
Hunting
Speed Dialing
Optional Features:
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Busy Redial
Call Block ( 60)
Call Park
Call Park – Directed
Call Trace
Caller ID services
Enhanced Call Forwarding
Executive Busy Override
Last Number Redial
Priority Call
Select Call Forwarding
Voice Mail
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Your CustoPAK® Feature Selections
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Telephone Numbers
Basic Features
Assume Dial “9”
Call Hold
Call Transfer
Consultation Hold
Direct Inward/Outward Dialing (DID/DOD)
Distinctive Ringing (Inside/Outside Ringing)
Intercom Dialing
Three-Way Calling
Touch-Tone
Selectable Features
Automatic Callback
Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding – Busy Line
Call Forwarding – Don’t Answer
Call Pick-Up – Group
Call Restriction Options
Call Waiting
Cancel Call Waiting
Dial Call Waiting
Hunting
Speed Calling
Optional Features:
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Busy Redial
Call Block ( 60)
Call Park
Call Park – Directed
Call Trace
Caller ID services
Enhanced Call Forwarding
Executive Busy Override
Last Number Redial
Priority Call
Select Call Forwarding
Voice Mail
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