Making a Call

Calls can be made using the following commands.

Dial or Call: The dial or call command can be used interchangeably to dial a phone number or a stored name tag.

Digit Dial: This command allows a phone number to be dialed by entering the digits one at a time.

Re-dial: This command is used to dial the last number used on the cell phone.

Using the “Dial” or “Call” Command

1. Press responds “Ready,” followed by. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Dial” or “Call.”.

3. Say the entire number without pausing or say the name tag.

Once connected, the person called will be heard through the audio speakers.

Using the “Digit Dial” Command

The digit dial command allows a phone number to be dialed by entering the digits one at a time.

After each digit is entered, the system repeats back the digit it heard followed by a tone.

If an unwanted number is recognized by the system, say “Clear” at any time to clear the last number.

To hear all of the numbers recognized by the system, say “Verify” at any time.

1. Press responds “Ready,” followed by. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. Say “Digit Dial.”.

3. Say each digit, one at a time, that you want to dial. After each digit is entered, the system repeats back the digit it heard followed by a tone. After the last digit has been entered, say “Dial.”.

Once connected, the person called will be heard through the audio speakers.

Using the “Re-dial” Command

1. Press responds “Ready,” followed by. The system responds “Ready,” followed by a tone.

2. After the tone, say “Re-dial.” The system dials the last number called from the connected cell phone.

Once connected, the person called will be heard through the audio speakers.

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