Our Services » Telephone
|Subscriber Line Charge (Single-line)||$6.50|
|Subscriber Line Charge (Multi-line Business)||$9.20|
|Access Recovery Charge||$3.00|
Optional Call Features
If you are interested in adding any calling features, please call the business office at 515-925-3271.
This feature alerts a customer, who is using his phone, that another caller is trying to reach him or her. One can put the first call on hold, answer the second call and even alternate between conversations.
This feature allows a customer to transfer their incoming calls to another telephone line where you can be reached or a message taken.
This feature allows a customer to add a third party to an existing conversation, establishing a three-way conversation.
This feature allows a customer to place frequently dialed calls by dialing a one or two digit code. You can have either 8 or 30 of your most frequently dialed numbers installed.
Caller ID allows for the automatic delivery of a calling party's telephone number to the called customers, which gives the called customer an opportunity to decide whether to answer the call immediately or not. The number is displayed on customer provided equipment. This can also include the display of calling party's name as well.
Voice Mail can answer the phone with your own personally-recorded greeting when your line is busy as well as when there is no answer, even when your power is out. Your messages can be retrieved from your voice-mailbox at your convenience.
- 18¢ per minute anytime, anywhere
- No monthly fee
- Billed in 6 second increments after the first full minute
|60 Minutes||$9.50 (15.8¢ per minute)|
|120 Minutes||$18.00 (15¢ per minute)|
|240 Minutes||$35.00 (14.5¢ per minute)|
|360 Minutes||$48.00 (13¢ per minute)|
|500 Minutes||$60.00 (12¢ per minute)|
|1000 Minutes||$100.00 (10¢ per minute)|
All aditional minutes will be rated at 17¢ per minute
Low-Income Telephone Assistance Programs
Every person in America should have access to quality, affordable telecommunications service. This principal of "Universal Service" has been the goal of the telecommunications industry for decades. In 1934, the federal government codified the goal and reaffirmed it in 1996 by establishing policies for the "preservation and advancement of Universal Service".
If you would like a copy of our Tariff please email us at email@example.com or call 515-925-3271.
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