CustomChoice®

CustomChoice Quick Reference Guide
ACTIVATE
DEACTIVATE
Anonymous Call Rejection
*77
*87
Call Forwarding
*72
*73
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*70
Continuous Redial
*66
*86
Last Call Return
*69
*89
Priority Call
*61
*81
Selective Call Forwarding
*63
*83
Speed Calling 8
*74
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Call Waiting
Speed Calling 30
Update Center
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*75
1-888 (your area code) 8052
Any questions call:
1-800-603-6000 Small Business Group
1-800-898-9675 Home Office Consulting Center
or call your account representative.
Some services not available in all areas. Price does not include other charges such as CALC, zone increment, EAS or taxes.
Caller ID, Call Waiting ID and Call Waiting Deluxe require compatible display equipment. The display unit shows the listed name
and number of the phone line your caller is using. Not all numbers and/or names will be displayed, logged or rejected. Calls
from rejected numbers will not be displayed on the Caller ID unit. Call Waiting will not operate when a Three Way Conferencing
call is in progress. Some business or public telephone systems may not have *82 unblocking capabilities. Voice Messaging
requires use of a touch-tone phone. Selective Call Forwarding and Priority Call may not operate on blocked and certain other
calls. The same special ring is used for Custom Ringing, Priority Call and Long Distance Alert. If you have these services, you
may not be able to distinguish between calls. Priority Call and Continuous Redial work with most local and some long
distance numbers within your area. Measured service and long distance charges may apply for completed Three Way
Conferencing, Last Call Return, Continuous Redial and forwarded calls. Remote Access Forwarding and Scheduled
Forwarding cannot both be ordered on the same phone line. Offer valid for business customers only. Not all services are
available in all areas. Other restrictions and limitations may apply for the listed services. Prices subject to change.
INSTRUCTION GUIDE
CustomChoice
®
for Business
All 24 features are available only where facilities permit. Ask your sales consultant for more information.
© 2000 Qwest Communications International Inc. 11/00
S89199
Includes your choice of 24 popular
calling features , plus exclusive
discounts just for CustomChoice
subscribers – see page 18.
Welcome
Contents
Thank you for selecting CustomChoice for Business. Before you start, please
take a moment to look over this Instruction Guide and familiarize yourself with
the CustomChoice features you’ve chosen.
®
By the way, if you’re browsing through this guide and you see another feature
you’d like to add to your package, just give us a call. With CustomChoice,
you can always add or change features anytime you like – without an
activation charge ever.
You’ll also want to refer to the instructions included with any equipment
you’ve purchased, such as the Venture phone.
And remember, if you ever have any questions about CustomChoice, help is a
phone call away at 1-800-603-6000! Or visit www.qwest.com.
Note: If you’ve ordered Business Voice Messaging Service or any other
optional feature, please refer to the Instruction Guide you should have
received in a separate mailing.
Getting Started
Several of these features are activated with the switchhook button. You may
know this as the receiver or “hang up” button, or your phone may have a
Recall or Flash button that performs the same function. When an instruction
calls for you to press the switchhook, quickly press the button down firmly as
far as it will go and release it immediately. When this is done properly, you will
hear three short tones, followed by a continuous dial tone. Always make sure
you hear the continuous tone before proceeding to the next step.
Look for these buttons on your phone
Call Waiting . . . . . .
Call Waiting ID . . . .
Call Waiting Deluxe
Long Distance Alert
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Last Call Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Caller ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Custom Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Anonymous Call Rejection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Do Not Disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Continuous Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Three Way Conferencing . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Priority Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Calling 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Calling 30 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hunting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Waiting Indication Audible/Visual
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Call Forwarding Busy/Don’t Answer/Overflow
Call Forwarding Variable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selective Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Remote Access Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Scheduled Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
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FLASH
Recall button
Flash button
Optional Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Receiver or
“Hang Up” Button
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Call Waiting Options
Call Waiting ID
There are three Call Waiting Options available with CustomChoice:
See who it is before answering Call Waiting on your special
Call Waiting ID display unit.
➊ Call Waiting tells you when someone else is trying to call. You can
then put the first person on hold and answer a second call.
➋ Call Waiting ID works together with a special Caller ID unit. It sends
you a tone when someone is trying to call and shows the second
caller’s name, so you can decide if you want to take the call.
➌ Call Waiting Deluxe works with selected Qwest telephone equipment. This feature sends a special tone when someone else is trying
to call and gives you several easy options to handle the call, depending
on the type of telephone you have.
You can turn off
Call Waiting
temporarily if
you don’t want
to be interrupted
by the Call
Waiting tone.
➊ When you hear the Call Waiting tone, check your Call Waiting ID
display to see who is calling.
➋ If you want to answer, press and release the switchhook or
to put the first call on hold and answer the second call.
To temporarily turn off
➊ Follow the same instructions for turning off Call Waiting.
Call Waiting Deluxe
Don’t miss important calls when you’re on the phone. Switch to
the second call without losing the first one.
This is a special option available with selected Qwest telephones.
Manage incoming calls easily and efficiently. When you hear the
Call Waiting Deluxe tone (slightly different than the regular Call
Waiting tone), your phone display will show the name and number
of the incoming caller. Depending on the type of phone you have,
you’ll be able to:
➊ When you hear the Call Waiting tone, quickly press and release the
switchhook or
to answer the second call.
➋ Press again to switch back.
To temporarily turn off
➊ Press *70 and listen for three brief tones, then a normal dial tone.
➋ Dial the phone number you wish to call. Call Waiting will be restored
automatically when you hang up.
To temporarily turn off with a call in progress
➊ Press and release the switchhook or
to put your call on hold.
➋ Listen for three brief tones and a normal dial tone, then press *70.
➌ Press the switchhook or
again to continue your call without
interruption. Call Waiting will be restored automatically when you
hang up.
To temporarily turn off while using a modem
➊ Store *70 as part of your dial-up number, so that Call Waiting will be
turned off automatically when you go online. This will protect your
modem connection from being disrupted. Call Waiting will be restored
automatically when you log off.
Know who’s
calling before
you answer the
Call Waiting tone.
It’s easy
Call Waiting
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➊ See who’s calling before you answer.
➋ Send an incoming caller directly to Business Voice Messaging Service.
➌ Send a message asking a new caller to please hold.
➍ Add a new call in with your existing call.
➎ Switch back and forth between calls.
➏ End a current call and accept a new call.
Before you start, please review the instructions and video included
with your phone. Don’t forget, in order to activate your services,
you need to call the toll-free number included in the phone
instructions.
Long Distance Alert
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This distinctive ring or Call Waiting tone lets you know when the
incoming call is long distance.
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Last Call Return
Anonymous Call Rejection
The phone stops ringing before you reach it. Now you can find out
who called, and if you choose, automatically redial the number.
Reject incoming calls if the caller has blocked their information
from being shown on your Caller ID display.
It’s easy
It’s easy
➊ To find out the number of your last caller, press *69 .
(Blocked numbers will not be announced.)
➋ To return this call, simply press 1 .
➌ If the call you are trying to return is busy, hang up and your phone will
continue to redial the busy line for up to 30 minutes. A distinctive ring
will notify you when the line is no longer busy.
➍ If you do not want to keep trying the number, press *89 .
Caller ID
Know who is calling before you answer the phone. The Caller ID
display unit shows the caller’s name and number. It also keeps a
log of your most recent calls.
Caller ID lets you
return important
calls at your
convenience and
ignore the calls
you don’t want.
It’s easy
➊ A display unit attached to your phone shows the caller’s name and
number of most incoming calls after the first complete ring.
➋ The name, number, date and time of most calls are automatically stored.
➌ If “Private” or “Anonymous” displays on your Caller ID unit, it means
that the person calling has chosen to block their name and number. If
“Unknown”, “Unavailable”, or “Out of Area” is displayed, the person is
calling from an area where Caller ID is not available.
Custom Ringing
Know who the call is for without picking up the phone. Up to four
people at your business can have their own distinctive ring. No
additional equipment or wiring needed.
Use Custom
Ringing to
separate calls
for each
employee or
department of
your business.
It’s especially
helpful for those
who have a
home office.
You’ll always
know to answer
those calls in
a professional
manner.
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Avoid getting
interrupted by
callers who
won’t identify
themselves.
➊ To turn on, press *77 .
➋ Your phone won’t ring if someone calls from a blocked line.
➌ To turn off, press *87 .
➍ Blocked callers can get through on a per-call basis by dialing *82
before placing the call.
➎ An incoming “blocked” long distance call is billed to the caller, even if
the call was not completed due to Anonymous Call Rejection.
➏ Some business or public telephone systems may not have *82
unblocking capabilities.
Do Not Disturb
Tired of those after-hours calls? Your phone won’t ring during the
times when you don’t want to be disturbed.
It’s easy
➊ A pre-set schedule will not allow your phone to ring between 10pm
and 6am, 7 days a week. Callers will hear a greeting that says you’re
not accepting calls. If you have Business Voice Messaging Service
callers can then leave a message.
➋ To change your schedule to meet your business needs, call the
Update Center by dialing 1-888-(your area code)-8052 from any
touch-tone phone.
➌ The first time you call, use 1234 as the temporary code, then
follow the instructions to set up your own security code.
➍ Select “Do Not Disturb” from the menu, then follow the prompts.
➎ For help, call 1-800-770-2513.
Up to four phone numbers are assigned to your business for
you to distribute. Each number has its own ring. (They can have
their own listing in the Qwest® Dex Directory as well, for an
additional charge.)
If you have Call Waiting, the tone is different for each Custom
Ringing number as well.
If you have a home office, you can combine an Additional Line
with Custom Ringing. This will tell you whether your personal line
or business line is ringing without having to interrupt your task.
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Spend your
time more
productively
with Continuous
Redial doing the
work for you.
Continuous Redial
Speed Calling 8/30
No time to try back after a busy signal? Let your phone do the
work automatically.
Dial your most important and frequently called numbers with
simple one or two digit codes.
It’s easy
To program Speed Calling 8
➊ After the busy signal, hang up, then press *66 .
➋ Hang up again. Continuous Redial will continue dialing the number for
up to 30 minutes.
➌ A special ring tells you when the line is no longer busy. Simply pick up
the phone to connect your call.
➍ Activate Continuous Redial on up to 15 numbers at a time. Works with
most local and some long distance numbers.
➎ To cancel press *86 .
➊ Give each number a one-digit code from 2 to 9.
➋ Press *74 .
➌ Enter the one-digit code, then the phone number. Listen for the tone.
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If you need more
dialing capacity,
choose Speed
Calling 30.
Reach your
30 most
frequently dialed
numbers with
only two digits.
To program Speed Calling 30
➊ Give each number a two-digit code from 20 to 49.
➋ Press *75 .
➌ Press the two-digit code, then the phone number. Listen for the tone.
To call
Three Way
Conferencing is
a great way to
keep everybody
on the same
page! Make
business plans
and hold
meetings with
3 people at the
same time.
Three Way Conferencing
➊ Press the code for the person you’re calling, followed by the
Talk to two people in separate locations at the same time.
This great feature brings up to three people together to a “virtual
conference table.” Three Way Conferencing can connect both
local and long distance calls.
Hunting
To connect a second party to your current call
Give important
clients the
attention they
expect with
Priority Call.
# key.
Hunting automatically routes incoming calls through a group of
predefined numbers until an open line is available to complete the
call. This is programmed by Qwest.
➊ Press the switchhook or
to put the first person on hold.
➋ When you hear a normal dial tone, call the second person.
➌ Press the switchhook or
again to connect all three of you.
Message Waiting Indication
➍ If the second person doesn’t answer, press the switchhook twice to
cancel and continue talking to the first person.
➎ To hang up the second call, press the switchhook or
again.
The original call ends when the first person hangs up.
If you have Business Voice Messaging Service, your
CustomChoice package gives you two ways to find out if you
have voice messages waiting for you. Choose either or both,
depending on your phone equipment.
Priority Call
Audible: You’ll hear an interrupted dial tone when you pick up
the receiver if you have new messages that haven’t been listened
to yet.
Many businesses have customers or suppliers who need priority
attention. A unique ring identifies those callers before you answer.
Visual: Specially-equipped phones have a message waiting light.
This feature rolls
over calls from
your first line to
a second line.
It’s easy
➊ Store up to 15 phone numbers to be identified with a unique ring.
➋ To create and change your Priority Call list, press *61 .
➌ If you have Call Waiting, your Priority Calls will be identified by
a special tone when you are on another call.
➍ To cancel, press *81 .
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Call Transfer
Call Forwarding Variable
One call gets
your customer
to the right
place.
Call Transfer lets you direct a call to any other phone, inside or
outside your business, or to a wireless phone. With Call Transfer,
calls reach the right person, freeing your line for more calls.
Don’t miss calls while you’re out. This Feature lets you activate
and change numbers from your office phone. Forward your calls
to a selected local, long distance or wireless number. You can still
make outgoing calls while Call Forwarding is in effect. To activate
forwarding and change numbers while away from your office, refer
to Remote Access Forwarding on page 12.
How To Use Call Transfer
➊ Press and release the switchhook and listen for the dial tone.
➋ Dial the phone number you want to transfer the call to.
➌ When the phone rings, hang up, or stay on the line to announce the
call, then hang up.
➍ If the number you transfer to is busy, unanswered, or a wrong
number, press the switchhook twice (pausing between) to return to
the original call.
Call Forwarding Options
There are several types of Call Forwarding available with
CustomChoice. You’ll have the option to set up permanent
forwarding numbers that you want calls to go to when your line is
busy and/or you don’t answer, and you can also program your
own variable numbers for other situations.
With Call
Forwarding
Busy, Don’t
Answer and
Overflow, calls
are only
forwarded if you
don’t pick up.
Call Forwarding Busy
When a call comes in and your line is busy, the call can forward to a
specific number that was programmed by Qwest when you ordered
your service.
Call Forwarding Don’t Answer
Whenever you don’t answer after a predetermined number of seconds,
your calls can be forwarded to a specific number that has been
programmed by Qwest when you ordered your service.
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When Call
Forwarding
Variable is on,
you’ll hear a
short ring
on your phone
as a reminder
each time
a call is
forwarded, but
you won’t be
able to answer.
It’s easy
➊ Press *72 .
➋ After a second tone, dial the number you want your calls forwarded to.
➌ When the phone is answered, hang up.
➍ If the phone is busy, or no one answers the number you want your
calls forwarded to, repeat the first two steps. You’ll hear two quick
tones. Call Forwarding is then activated.
➎ A short ring on your phone each time a call is forwarded reminds you
Call Forwarding is active.
➏ To cancel, press *73 .
Selective Call Forwarding
Choose the specific callers you want to forward to a local, long
distance or wireless number. Use it for only those critical calls you
don’t want to miss.
Select only
certain calls to
be forwarded
when you
are out.
It’s easy
➊ Press *63 .
➋ Select up to 15 different numbers to forward.
➌ To cancel, press *83 .
Call Forwarding Overflow
This feature allows calls to be forwarded to only numbers
inside your system. When you want all calls to be handled and
distributed within the office, this is the forwarding feature for you.
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Remote Access Forwarding
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Now you don’t have to go back to your office to forward your calls
to another location. Just call in from any touch-tone phone to turn
your forwarding on, off, or to change your forwarding number.
Great when
an unexpected
situation keeps
you from getting
back to the
office to change
your forwarding.
First, set up Remote Access Forwarding
➊ Call the Update Center at 1-888-(your area code)-8052 from any
touch-tone phone.
➋ If prompted, enter your area code and telephone number.
➌ Enter your temporary Security Code 1234 .
➍ Enter a permanent 4-digit Security Code.
➎ You are now ready to forward your calls.
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Warning
Please check the confirmation letter you received with this guide
to see if Remote Access Forwarding has been ordered for your
phone. If you did not intend to order Remote Access Forwarding,
please contact us immediately. Otherwise, unauthorized parties
could use your service, resulting in long distance charges being
added to your bill.
Now you can forward your calls
➊ Call the Update Center at 1-888-(your area code)-8052.
➋ Enter your permanent Security Code.
➌ Select Remote Access Forwarding and listen to the Main Menu.
➍ Press 1 to forward calls.
➎ Enter the 10-digit number to which you want your calls forwarded. You
must include the area code even if it’s a local call. There are no
charges for local calls, only for long distance calls.
➏ Listen to the recorded voice to confirm your entry. If the number is
correct, hang up. (If not, return to the Main Menu.)
When Remote Access Forwarding is ON
You have several options for changing your service.
From the Main Menu:
➊ Press 1 to cancel Forwarding.
➋ Press 2 to enter a new forwarding number.
➌ Press 3 to change your Security Code.
➍ Press * to disconnect.
Special Tips
➊ Press * to cancel or exit what you’re doing.
➋ Press 0 to repeat a menu.
➌ Press # to complete an entry.
➍ To change your security code, select “Personal Options” from the first
menu in the Update Center.
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Scheduled Forwarding
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Make sure your calls are forwarded to the right place at the right
time – automatically. And, if plans change, you can use the Basic
Non-Scheduled forwarding feature to temporarily change your
forwarding number without erasing your regular schedule. Or, you
can choose to turn all your forwarding off at other times.
Businesses with
regular hours
can save
time and avoid
forgetting to
forward their
calls.
First, set up your Security Code
➊ Call the Update Center at 1-888-(your area code)-8052 from any
touch-tone phone.
➋ If prompted, enter your area code and telephone number.
➌ Enter your temporary Security Code 1234 .
➍ Enter a permanent 4-digit Security Code.
To set up your Forwarding schedule
➊ Press 3 at the Main Menu to Enter your Schedule.
➋ Press 1 at the Schedule Menu to add a new entry.
➌ Select a day of the week from 1 to 7, starting with Monday as 1.
➍ Enter the times of day that you want your calls forwarded. You’ll only
need to enter times for the first day you set up, then you can use the
Copy function if the times and phone numbers are the same each day.
Be ready to enter the start time, end day (you can forward overnight to
a different day), end time and telephone number to forward to. At each
step, you will hear your entry played back to be sure it’s OK.
➎ After each entry, you have two options:
Press 1 to add another entry on the same day.
Press * to return the Schedule Menu for more options.
➏ For each subsequent day that you schedule, you have two options:
Press 1 to use the same hours and phone numbers that you just
specified for another day. (Copy Function)
Press 2 to enter different hours or phone numbers.
❼ Press * when your schedule is complete. Your schedule will be
turned on automatically.
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What you can do when Scheduled Forwarding is ON
To get to the Main Menu, call the Update Center as shown on the previous
page. Enter your area code, phone number and security code if asked.
➊ Press 1 to Turn Scheduled Forwarding off.
This will turn all forwarding off.
➋ Press 2 to switch to Basic, Non-Scheduled Forwarding.
Sometimes, you may want to turn off your schedule and forward calls
to another number temporarily. Your schedule will be automatically
saved for you and ready to use when you activate Scheduled
Forwarding again. Just follow the prompts to enter your temporary
forwarding number. All calls will forward to this number until you turn
Scheduled Forwarding back on.
➌ Press 3 to Edit your Schedule.
When you need to make changes in your forwarding schedule, press:
1 to add entries, then select days and times as you did before.
2 to change existing entries in your schedule. Listen and press the
number for the day of the week you want to change. You’ll hear what
the schedule is for that day and have the chance to either keep it or
change it.
3 to remove entries from your schedule.
4 to hear the contents of your schedule.
➍ Press 4 to change your Security Code.
Follow the prompts to enter a new 4-digit code.
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What you can do when Basic, Non-Scheduled Forwarding is ON
1-800-603-6000
Notes:
If you’ve switched to Non-Scheduled forwarding, and you’re ready to use
your Schedule again, you’ll need to switch back. Or, you can change the
phone number you want calls to go to. From the Main Menu:
➊ Press 1 to turn Non-Scheduled Forwarding off.
This will turn ALL forwarding off. It will not turn your Schedule back on.
To do that, choose “Change or Switch Forwarding” below.
➋ Press 2 to change or switch Forwarding.
When you need to make changes or switch forwarding, press:
1 to change your Non-Scheduled forwarding phone number.
2 to switch back to Scheduled Forwarding.
3 to edit your Schedule.
4 to change your Security Code
When all Forwarding is off
The Main Menu is a little different if both Scheduled and Non-Scheduled
Forwarding have been turned off. Choose from the options below:
➊ Press 1 to turn Non-Scheduled Forwarding ON.
➋ Press 2 to turn Scheduled Forwarding ON.
➌ Press 3 to edit your Schedule.
➍ Press 4 to change your Security Code.
Warning
Please check the confirmation letter you received with this guide
to see if Scheduled Forwarding has been ordered for your phone.
If you did not intend to order Scheduled Forwarding, please
contact us immediately. Otherwise, unauthorized parties could use
your service, resulting in long distance charges being added to
your bill.
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The fully-featured, low-cost alternative to
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All discounts and offers good for a limited time only. Local long distance is intraLATA intrastate and intraLATA long distance
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provided pursuant to FCC tariff and any applicable state tariffs, which may be amended from time to time. Terms and conditions
are subject to applicable law. State, federal and local taxes and surcharges and monthly USF fees will apply.
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