1 Features & Instructions Guide For Your New VoIP Services Coast Communications 349 Damon Rd NE Ocean Shores, WA Phone: Fax: WELCOME This Guide provides information that you may find useful in order to use all of the features of your new telephone service. We hope you find Coast s Digital Phone Service an enjoyable experience. We are pleased to provide it to you! Revised: June 2009
2 P AGE 2 P AGE 15 Dear Valued Customer, We are proud to welcome you to the Coast Communications Digital Phone calling plan. Our network reliability, customer support and value pricing are a great combination. We appreciate you choosing Coast Communications and look forward to a long relationship. Coast Communications Digital Phone provides high quality features and affordability you won t find when using standard analog phone lines. Please take the time to look through this feature booklet. It explains the full range of features that are offered in your plan. You can also interact with your account and its features by visiting us on the Web at voipinternetcable.com. Notes & Important Numbers Technical Support 24x Coast Communications 8 to Coast s Website: Internet Portal: Phone Portal: Again, thank you for choosing us. You have made the right choice and we appreciate your business. Please let us know if you need anything. The Coast Communications customer service number is (local office) or (24 hour, 7 days a week technical support). We re always happy to help. Sincerely, Your Coast Communications Customer Service Team
3 P AGE 14 P AGE 3 Voic to Set up Via: Internet. 2. Click Profile on the options list and locate Voic to 3. Enter the address where you would like your Voic messages forwarded and click Save Note: These s may not be accepted by your provider. If you do not receive your new Voic messages via , try adding to your account contact list to unblock the notifications. If you are still experiencing issues, you may be unable to use this feature with your existing provider at this time. Voic Message Waiting Indicator Receive notifications when you have received a new Voic message with Message Waiting Indicator. Message Waiting Indicator will remain on the phone until the new message has been played. Audible MWI: Notifies you in the form of a stutter dial tone when a message is waiting to be retrieved. Visual MWI: Notifies you by triggering a light and/or notice on the display of your telephone when a message is waiting to be retrieved. The Visual MWI requires you to have a compatible telephone. Accessing your Phone Portal Page In your Internet Browser type the following URL: Enter your username and password and hit enter. This will take you to your personal Phone Portal Account Page. Table of Contents Address Book 4 Anonymous Call Rejection 5 Call Block 5 Call Forwarding 6 Call Log 6 Call Return 7 Call Waiting 7-8 Caller ID 8-9 Do Not Disturb 10 Find Me 10 Speed Dial 11 Three-Way Calling 12 Voic Accessing Portal Page 14 Notes & Important Numbers 15
4 P AGE 4 P AGE 13 Address Book Store all of your contacts in your online Address Book. 2. Click Address Book on the features list 3. Wait for the Address Book screen to appear To Add a Contact: 1. Click Add Contact and wait for a new screen to appear 2. Enter the contact s information into the data fields provided 3. Click Save To View a Contact: 1. To view all contacts, click View All 2. To view one contact a a time or to view only contacts in a particular letter group, click on the first letter in the contact s first or last name 3. To sort view by last name, click Last Name 4. To sort view by first name, click First Name To Delete a Contact: 1. Check the box of the contact you want to delete 2. Click Delete To Edit a Contact: 1. Select the contact you want to edit 2. Click Edit and a data field screen will appear with the existing contact information 3. Edit the contact s information in the data fields provided 4. Click Save Voic Continued: Main Voic Menu Options: 1. Press 1 to access your Voic box 2. Press 3 to record your name 3. Press 4 to change your Call Forwarding options 4. Press 6 to make a call 5. Press 8 to change your passcode 6. Press 9 to exit the voice portal 7. Press # to repeat this menu Access Voic Box options: 1. Press 1 to listen to your messages 2. Press 2 to change your mailbox busy greeting 3. Press 3 to change your mailbox no answer greeting 4. Press 5 to compose and send a new message 5. Press 7 to delete all messages 6. Press * to go to the ComPilot voice portal 7. Press # to repeat this menu 2. The Voic option at the bottom of the page will display your message list 3. Click on the sound icon to the right of the message and the message will play in your computer s media program (I.e. Media Player, itunes or Quicktime Player) 4. To delete a message, click Delete
5 P AGE 12 P AGE 5 Three Way Calling Chat with two people at once with Three Way Calling. 1. While on the first call, press the flash button 2. Listen for a dial tone 3. Dial your other party s number 4. When you are ready to add the original caller, press the flash button again Note: To add more people, follow the same steps. Voic Whether you are on another call, not at home, or just too busy, we will send the caller to your own personal Voic inbox. You can retrieve your messages at a time that is convenient to you by phone, online account, and now via . To Set Up: To Access: 1. Dial 9999 or *62 from your phone 2. Enter your temporary passcode 0000 and press the # key 3. You ll receive a prompt telling you the passcode has expired, and prompting you to enter a permanent passcode and press # 4. Once you ve entered the permanent passcode and pressed #, you will receive another prompt asking you to re-enter it and press # 5. Follow the rest of the prompts to record your name and greetings 1. Dial 9999 or *62 from your phone. To access from a remote location, dial your home telephone number and press * when the greeting begins to play 2. Enter your passcode and press the #key Anonymous Call Rejection Reject incoming callers who have blocked their identifying info. To Activate: 1. Dial *77 1. Dial *87 Call Block 3. Once the Settings screen appears, locate Anonymous Call Rejection under Settings 4. To activate, click On 5. Click Save 6. To deactivate, click Off 7. Click Save Block unwanted callers. 3. Once the Settings screen appears, locate Call Block 4. In the boxes provided, enter the 10-digit number to block 5. Click Add 6. Click Save 7. To delete a number from your list, re-enter the number 8. Click Remove 9. Click Save Note: Use your Call Log Incoming info to identify numbers to block.
6 P AGE 6 P AGE 11 Call Forwarding Forward your callers to another number. To Activate: 1. Dial *72 2. Enter the number, area code first, where the calls will be transferred to 1. Dial *73 3. Scroll down to Call Forwarding 4. Turn on the Call Forwarding feature you would like to use and enter the phone number, area code first, where you wish to have all incoming calls transferred Note: If your number is in a hunting arrangement, do not activate this feature. Also, the Find Me feature takes priority if both features are activated Call Log Review records of all your incoming and outgoing calls with your Call Log. Call Log information is updated every fifteen (15) minutes. 2. The Call Log screen will pop up showing all of your incoming and outgoing calls 3. To view your incoming calls, click Incoming 4. To view your outgoing calls, click Outgoing Speed Dial Enter all your frequently dialed numbers for quick and simple access with Speed Dial. 1. Listen for a dial tone 2. Dial the specific Speed Dial code for the number you wish to call 3. Dial # and the call will be connected Set up Speed 8 Via: Telephone 1. Listen for a dial tone 2. Dial *74 3. Select a one-digit code (2 through 9) 4. Dial the code selected and the telephone number (Example: ) 5. Listen for two beeps to confirm your entry Set up Speed Dial 100 Via: Telephone 1. Listen for dial tone 2. Dial *75 3. Select a code (01 through 99) 4. Dial the code selected and the telephone number (Example: ) 5. Listen for two beeps to confirm your entry Set up Via: Internet 2. Click Address book on the Features list 3. For new entries, click Add Contact 4. Enter contact information and then select a Speed Dial code from the drop down list and click Save 5. For an existing contact, click Edit 6. Select a Speed Dial code from the drop down list and click Save
7 P AGE 10 P AGE 7 Do Not Disturb Call Return Redirect all your incoming calls to your Voic when you re busy with Do Not Disturb. To Activate: 1. Dial *78 2. Listen for a busy signal indicating the feature is activated 3. All incoming calls will be forwarded directly to Voic unless requested otherwise 1. Dial *79 2. Listen for a busy signal indicating the feature is deactivated. 3. All incoming calls will now ring to your phone 3. Once the Settings screen appears, locate Do Not Disturb 4. To activate, click On and click Save 5. To deactivate, click Manual Off and click Save Note: To help you remember that your Do Not Disturb feature is on, check the Ring Reminder box and every call will ring just one time. Find Me Forward your calls to up to five alternate locations with the Find Me feature. 2. Click Find Me on the Features list 3. Enter the sequence name(s) & number(s) in the data fields provided 4. Select Ring Type & click Save 5. To turn feature on, click activate & click Save 6. To turn feature off, click Deactivate & click Save Dial the last incoming caller with Call Return. 1. Dial *69 2. The number of the last incoming caller will be dialed Note: The Call Return feature does not verify the number of the last incoming call. It only dials the number. Call Waiting Missed calls from important people are a thing of the past when you have Call Waiting. To Answer Via Telephone: 1. A tone will sound alerting you that you have another call coming in 2. While on the call, press the flash button once. The first call will be placed on hold and you will be connected to the second call 3. To return to the original call, press the flash button again one time only. You will be able to switch back and forth between two calls by pressing the flash button To Activate Permanent: 1. Dial *43 To Deactivate Permanent: 1. Dial #43 1. Dial *70 2. Enter the 10 digit telephone number. The area code must be dials even if call is local 3. Call Waiting is now disabled so that any incoming calls are sent to Voic
8 P AGE 8 P AGE 9 Call Waiting Continued: Caller ID Continued:. 3. Once the Settings screen appears, locate Call Waiting under Settings 4. To activate, click On 5. Click Save 6. To deactivate, click Off 7. Click Save Note: *70 deactivates Call Waiting for one (1) outgoing call only. Once the call disconnects, your Call Waiting feature is reactivated automatically. Caller ID Identify your caller before picking up the telephone with Caller ID. Your phone must have name and number display com patibililty for this feature to work. 1. Wait two full rings when your receive an incoming call 2. Check the Caller ID reader for the name and number of the incoming call 3. Once the Settings screen appears, locate Caller ID under Settings 4. To activate, click On 5. Click Save 6. To deactivate, click off 7. Click Save Outgoing Caller ID Deactivation Per Call Block your Caller ID information from being displayed with Outgoing Caller ID Deactivation. Deactivate Outgoing Caller ID Via: Telephone 1. Dial *67 2. Enter 10 digit telephone number (area code must be dialed even if call is local) Note: When deactivating Outgoing Caller ID, your number will not be displayed on the recipient s Caller ID. Instead, the recipient s Caller ID will display Private Number. The star code *67 will deactivate the Caller ID for one outgoing call only. Outbound Caller ID Block Block your Caller ID information from displaying to called parties with Outbound Caller ID Block. To Activate: 1. Dial *31 1. Dial #31 To Deactivate Per Call: 1. Dial *65 2. Click Settings on the features list 3. Once the Settings screen appears, locate Outbound Caller ID Block under settings 4. To activate, click On and click Save 5. To deactivate, click Off and click Save Note: The On option deactivates your Caller ID from the display for outgoing calls you make, not incoming calls to your phone.
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