Let customers reach your business without incurring usage charges
A Consistent User Experience
Take control over where and how you connect
|Call routing||Time and day manager, area code routing, call allocator, exchange routing, country code routing, caller recognition routing|
|Announcement||Call prompter, en route announcements, courtesy response|
|Redirection||Alternate destination routing, next available agent routing, network queuing, transfer connect|
|Control||Select routing, routing on demand, routing control service|
|CPE certification program||Wide range of certified equipment with accompanying customer configuration guides|
|Class of Service (COS)||Employs MPLS with Class of Service (CoS) technology to allow classification of traffic based on application, bandwidth and latency needs|
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is a toll-free number?
Toll-free numbers are 10-digit numbers that begin with 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, 888, etc. There are no charges to the calling party. AT&T IP Toll-Free service intelligently delivers toll-free calls to customer locations over the AT&T Global IP / MPLS Network.
- What is a vanity number?
A "vanity" number is a toll-free telephone number that spells a name, word or acronym chosen.
- Can I terminate a toll-free number to multiple locations?
Yes, using toll-free advanced features, toll-free calls can terminate to multiple locations.
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