Answering Service

Call Forward No Answer

Frontier Call Forward No Answer

This technique forwards incoming call to the answering service once you don’t answer your line. You no longer have to worry about  using the phone when you are expecting an important call. Call forward no answer sends your incoming call to the answering service once your line is being used.

 

Activate

Dial  9 2 and listen for the special dial tone. Dial the phone number where you want your calls forwarded followed by the # sign. Hang up.

Exceptions:

  • For Rochester: Dial  4 4.
  • For Seneca Gorham: Dial  5 2.

Deactivate

Dial  9 3. Listen for the confirmation tone and hang up.

Exceptions:

  • For Rochester: Dial  4 5.
  • For Seneca Gorham: Dial  5 3.

 

Simple

Call Forward No Answer only needs to be activated once. When activated the answering service will always work in the background; there when you need us, there when you don’t! It provides a peace of mind knowing that if  you are away from your phone someone has your back!

Saves Money

Answering services typically include an allowance of usage. Each time you manually dial us to connect to our network, it is deducted from your monthly allowance. By subscribing to Call Forward No Answer this allowance can be used where it truly matters; interacting with your callers.

You Will Never Miss A Call

Each customer is important, so it is crucial that you never miss an opportunity to speak with that customer. Having the answering service on ‘auto-pilot’ means that at any given time there is someone waiting to answer those calls that you will not be able to.

Disaster Recovery

When disasters happen it is too late to react. Over the last seventy five years we have provided seamless customer service during difficult times. Typically in the aftermath of hurricanes, earthquakes or even fires you will not be able to forward your lines to us, if it has not already been done. Having your telephone preprogrammed with Call Forward No Answer gives you one less task to tackle if a disaster should unexpectedly happen.

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