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Using Selective Call Rejection

Last Updated: Wed, 20 Jan 2016 > Related Articles


Program your phone to reject calls from numbers on a pre-defined list.


How it works: You can program your phone to reject calls from any number you place in the rejection list. When your service is turned "on”, any callers on this list will hear an announcement that you're not accepting calls at this time. All other calls will ring through as usual.
Note: These steps do not apply to VoiceManager lines. See Configuring Selective Call Rejection for VoiceManager.
How to use this service:

  1. Lift the handset and listen for the dial tone.
  2. Press *60.
  3. Listen for an announcement telling you whether the feature is currently on or off. The recorded voice will then tell you how many (if any) numbers are currently stored in your rejection list.
  4. Follow the voice instructions and Press 3 to turn the feature on (if it is currently off), or turn the feature off (if it is currently on).

Press #01# to add the last caller to your rejection list .

To hear the phone numbers on your list:

  1. Press 1.
  2. After the list is read, voice instructions will follow.

To add a number to your list:

  1. Press #.
  2. Follow the voice instructions you'll hear. You can store up to 31 phone numbers in your rejection list.

To remove a number from your list:

  1. Press *.
  2. Follow the voice instructions to remove any or all of those numbers from your rejection list.

To hear instructions again, press 0.
Note: You will not be notified when or how many calls have been rejected. You may press 1, 0, #, or * at any time rather than waiting for the voice instructions. The list you create here is separate from any other lists you may be using for Priority Ringing, Call Waiting, Selective Call Acceptance, Selective Call Forwarding, and similar services.

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