Quiet Time allows you to block incoming calls during times that you set while still allowing important calls to get through.
You can set up a schedule for Quiet Time to be active, or just turn the service on as needed. When Quiet Time is active, callers
will hear a standard announcement stating the person they are trying to reach is unavailable at this time. If you have Voice Mail,
the caller can be automatically sent to your mailbox. When you deactivate your Quiet Time service, your telephone rings in the normal manner.
Features: Your schedule automatically activates and deactivates service, Select a greeting that your callers hear when activated, Create a password that callers may enter to ring your telephone when the service is active, Establish a list of callers that automatically ring your telephone, Include Distinctive Ring numbers in your Quiet Time service, Make changes to your service as often as you like.
Benefits: Ends interruptions during dinner or sleeping, Turns the service on when you want, Able to receive important calls, Eliminates solicitations and unwanted calls, Calls can go directly to Voice Messaging, Controls calls during certain time frames, Requires password for caller to ring phone.
Availability: Not Available in: Bethel (734), Butler (472), Crittenden (428), Glencoe (643), Hamlet(797), Miami (353), New Richmond (553), Newtonsville (625), Reily (756, 757, 775, 776), Seven Mile (726), Shandon (738), Walton (485, 493), Warsaw (567), Williamsburg (536, 724), Williamstown (823, 824)
Your exchange is the second three numbers in your ten digit telephone number. For example, if your phone number is XXX.397.XXXX, your exchange is 397.