Talk:Local Area Signaling Services
- Caller ID Complete Blocking prevents your name and number from being sent to the person or business you are calling. To display your name and number on a call, press *82 (1182 on rotary phones) before dialing.
- Complete Blocking (* 82) allows customers to have the Utility block the delivery of their name and telephone number on all calls except those in which they elected to have their name and number delivered. Complete Blocking will have the capability of allowing customers to unblock their name and telephone number on a call by call basis by dialing (*82) (1182 on rotary phones) before dialing the telephone number of the called party. By dialing *82, the presentation status is changed to public for that specific call.7
- Selective Blocking allows customers to block the delivery of their name and telephone number on a per call basis. Customers may control the display of their name and telephone number by dialing *67 (1167 on rotary dial phones) before dialing the telephone number they are calling.
This article has definitions for these codes, & their relationship to caller-identification, that I cannot comprehend. Possibly, this might be improved.
On vertical_service_code, the definitions are slightly clearer,.... slightly.
http://www.nanpa.com/number_resource_info/vsc_definitions.html has a lot of information about this stuff. Maybe it could be used as a source? 22.214.171.124 (talk) 09:01, 25 April 2008 (UTC)