Frightened by dialing too many numbers?
Many telephones let users store frequently-used phone numbers in the
phone's memory. To dial these numbers, users only need to
press the associated memory button, and the phone will automatically
dial the stored number for them.
For most inexpensive phones:
- Store the 1-800 number for your phone card, the PIN number, and the
long distance phone number you call most often on three separate memory buttons.
- In order to call the long distance number, press the
first memory button and wait until the electronic operator picks up
the phone and ask for your PIN number.
- Press the second memory button and wait until the electronic operator
instructs you to enter the phone number you would like to call.
- Press the third memory button.
On some business phones, you may be able to store the
the PIN number, and the long distance number in one memory location by using
the "pause" feature between each number sequence. Please refer to your
phone's manual for instructions.