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Can the Calling Card be made to use Call Back function?

 

Here is what we have in mind.

 

I call into PBXNSIP from a remote hotel location where calls cost $4.00 per minute.

 

If I can call the PBXNSIP Calling Card account and enter the number where I am staying, record my name and room number, it could call back

 

play the greeting I just recorded and the call is sent to my room where I then enter a code to make calls.

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Can the Calling Card be made to use Call Back function?

 

Yes, there is a callback function like that. In the calling card account, check the "callback" button.

 

There is one catch with the hotel room: In many hotels, there is no DID number for the hotel room. This is a interesting fact, because there are more DID numbers in this world slash in the USA than IPv4 addresses (10^10 > 2^32). For that you would probably need that recording asking that nice lady at the front desk to put the call through to the room that you have just recorded. Not sure if you can trick all hotels with that, but at least some of them.

 

The other thing that would have to be added would be entering DTMF digits after the call got connected. This is to get through auto attendants.

 

Version 4!

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Yes, there is a callback function like that. In the calling card account, check the "callback" button.

 

There is one catch with the hotel room: In many hotels, there is no DID number for the hotel room. This is a interesting fact, because there are more DID numbers in this world slash in the USA than IPv4 addresses (10^10 > 2^32). For that you would probably need that recording asking that nice lady at the front desk to put the call through to the room that you have just recorded. Not sure if you can trick all hotels with that, but at least some of them.

 

The other thing that would have to be added would be entering DTMF digits after the call got connected. This is to get through auto attendants.

 

Version 4!

 

OK Thanks I will try it out.

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