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  • Call timer;

    Call Timer lets a keyset user with a Call Timer key time their outside calls on the telephone display. There are two types of Call Timer keys:
    • Manual Call Timer 
      • Any time while placing a call or while on a call, a display keyset user can press their Manual Call Timer key to start the Call Timer. The Call Timer will continue until the user hangs up or presses their Manual Call Timer key again.
    • Automatic Call Timer
      • In addition to the features of the Manual Call Timer key, the Automatic Call Timer key provides automatic timing for outside calls. When a display keyset with an Automatic Call Timer key places or answers an out- side call, the Call Timer automatically starts when that outside call connects. The Automatic Call Timer does not automatically start for Intercom calls. The Automatic Call Timer can also work like a Manual Call Timer key. There is no need to have a Manual and Automatic Call Timer key on the same phone.
    The Call Timer feature also provides:
    • Review of Previously Timed Call 
      • Any time after hanging up from a timed call, a display keyset user can press their Manual or Automatic Call Timer key to review the duration of that call.
    • Timer Reset for Current Call 
      • While the display keyset user is timing their call, they can press CLEAR at any time to reset the Call Timer to 00:00:00.
    • Automatic Timer Stop 
      • The system assigns the Call Timer to the active call. When the user terminates the active call, the Call Timer automatically shuts down.
    • Wrap-up Timer Display
      • After hanging up a timed call, a display keyset will show the Call Timer data for 6 seconds before returning the display to idle. This gives the extension user adequate time to make a record of the timed call, if desired.
    In the Mobile network CDMA (Verizon & Sprint) Does not offer Automatic call timer however CDMA Does (AT&T & T-Mobile)
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