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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 12 October 2004 
NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • BMI Move Completed
  • Best Little Computer
  • Internet Safety Brochure
  • New Search Engine
  • Calling Cards with Dia...
  • October Survey


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  • Calling Cards with Dialup
    by Mike
    October 2004
    Please have a pen and paper handy.
  • Dial the number provided by your calling card company, once you dial the number count to see how long it takes for the computer to answer.
  • Record the steps required to complete a call including all delays.
  • In making a calling card work for dialup requires all steps to be placed in the phone number area. A comma is 1 ½ second delay.
  • Your phone number should look something like this:
    9,18005551212,,,123456789,,5095222588
  • The 9, represents getting an outside line from a hotel, then the number you call to access the calling card followed by a longer delay, then your PIN # followed by a delay. Your access number then follows.
  • The delays will be different for each calling card due to varying timing.
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