Appendix A. ARS and TRS Operation
• 25 executive office telephones
• 2 attendant group phones
• 7 warehouse phones
• Trunks 1-24 are in trunk group 1 and are to the local CO for local calls. In addition, long distance
carriers are accessed using these trunks by dialing the equal access codes. Long distance carrier A
(equal access code 101XXXX) is the least expensive carrier during the weekday times of 8 to 6. Long
distance carrier B is the least expensive long distance carrier during nights, weekends, and holidays.
• Trunks 25 and 26 are in trunk group 2 and are Out-WATS trunks from Long Distance Carrier C. These
trunks are less expensive than either long distance carrier lines regardless of the WATS band.
• Trunks 27 and 28 are Foreign Exchange lines to a central office exchange in Birmingham where a sister
store and several suppliers are located. These trunks are always preferred for any call to the
Birmingham area code of 205 with exchanges 555, 556, and 557.
• restrict special calling numbers (976, 1900, outside operator, etc.)
• 911 always allowed
• no time restriction
• no calling restrictions
• no restrictions during the day
• local calls only at night to prevent abuse
• extension and 911 emergency calling only
DBS 576 (USA), issued January 1999
Section 700 - Operation