While the second number will ring on your main phones, you can assign a different ring pattern to the second number. This way you can easily tell what number someone is calling you on (are they calling you main number or your business number). Didn't know if you were aware of this feature.Glacier wrote:Thanks for clarifying...
One more question, when someone tries to return a call on the second number will it ring on the main phone or go to voice mail?
Does that work for any handset or just Telo's own handset? I have a base and 5 cordless Panasonics with different choices of ringer built-in. I picked one for all of them when I purchased the system and haven't changed it since... I kind of like it, but it's no ordinary ringer sound.tomcat wrote: While the second number will ring on your main phones, you can assign a different ring pattern to the second number.
This will work with regular phones, too. However, in the case of a cordless system, this will depend on how your phone uses the ring signal.umbertob wrote:Does that work for any handset or just Telo's own handset?
I have a Uniden cordless that I have just a standard ringer set and the pattern works fine. But if I were to select one of the built-in tunes/melodies, then the Uniden would substitute the incoming ring with its own. I would assume the Panasonic would do the same.