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Caller Id Features; Caller Id With Call Waiting; Caller Id List; Reviewing Caller Id List - Sanyo LNS-W10 Instruction Manual

2.4 ghz digital cordless telephone with 2 caller id handsets and extra charger
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This phone receives and displays incoming call information transmitted by your local
phone company, provided you subscribe to Voice Mail, Caller ID, and/or Call Waiting
services. This information can include the phone number and/or the name, date and
time. The phone can store up to 30 calls for later review.

Caller ID with Call Waiting

When you subscribe to Caller ID with Call Waiting (Visual Call Waiting
from your phone company, you are able to see who is calling when you hear the Call
Waiting tone. Caller identification information appears on screen after you hear the
Press FLASH/DEL to put the current call on hold so that you can answer the
incoming call. The following information is shown.
Tip: Do not use TALK to activate custom calling services such as Call Waiting,
or you will hang up the phone.
Caller number (up to 16 digits).
Caller name (up to 15 characters) -
If this is stored in the phonebook or
supplied by your telephone network
The date and time of the last call
made from the number.
To return to the call, press
IMPORTANT: To use these features you must subscribe to either the standard
Name / Number Caller ID Service or Caller ID with Call Waiting Service.

Caller ID list

The incoming caller information transmitted from the phone company is received by
your phone between the first and second rings and stored in the Caller ID list. If you
answer a call before the second ring, the caller information may not be stored.
When the Caller ID list memory is full, a new call automatically replaces the oldest
call in memory. "! " appears on screen for calls received that have not been
Note: Check with your local phone company regarding name service availability.

Reviewing Caller ID list

All incoming calls with valid caller ID information are stored in a call log, an
exclamation mark (!) to the far right of the name means that that number has not
been reviewed. A call log number shown to the right of the telephone number marks
the number of calls in the order that they are received (1 = the most recent). Each
time a new call is received, the call log will be resorted to display the most recent call.
To review the caller ID log:
) service


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