DID Call Forwarding Features For Corporate Costumers:
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- DID numbers coverage in more than 60 countries and hundreds of cities.
- Forwarding calls to conventional PSTN (Plain Old Telephone System or “regular telephone”) devices, mobile phones (in certain countries), Voice over IP (VoIP), 3rd party VoIP providers, SIP, H.323, IAX, Skype, MSN or Google Talk anywhere in the world.
- Caller ID – the caller’s number is transmitted to the called party’s telephone equipment during call setup (where supported).
- Call waiting – in the case where the line is engaged, the called party is able to suspend the current call and switch to the new incoming call.
- Ring group – When DIDs are mapped to a ring group, all destinations configured under this group will ring simultaneously. Once the destination is answered and the call connected, all other destinations will stop ringing. This feature is useful for redundancy or backup.
- Hunt group - When DIDs are mapped to a hunt group, all destinations configured under this group will ring in order, one after another according to user-configured timeouts. Once a destination is answered, the call is connected and call hunting is stopped. This feature is useful if you wish to be reached in various locations. For example: the call will first ring at your home, after 15 seconds it will ring at your work and after 15 seconds on your cell-phone.
- Trunking – Allows the sharing of channels for optimum use of DIDs, load balancing and reliability.
- Multiple channels per DID.
- Storing call records on a secure basis. Statistics such as source and destination numbers, date and time of each call as well as the duration of the calls are available.