Cisco VoIP - Dialing patterns
The Cisco VoIP telephone dialing patterns will NOT be affected by the FCC's move to 10-digit dialing for the 608 area code on October 24, 2021.
How to dial your Cisco VoIP Phone
The Cisco VoIP system has a different dialing plan than the Centrex System
|Campus or local state agency||seven-digit dialing||262-4357|
|Local calls||1 and seven-digit local number||1-555-1234|
|Toll free calls||1 and 1 and ten-digit number||1-1-800-555-1234|
|Long distance calls||1 and 1 and ten-digit number||1-1-212-555-1234|
|International call to country in the North American Dialing plan (like Canada, Jamaica)||1 and 1 and ten-digit number||1-1-416-555-1234|
|International call to all other countries||1 and 011 and country code and city/area code and number||1 011 44 303 123 7300|
|Block caller ID local call||1 and *67 and seven-digit local number||1-*67-555-1234|
|Block caller ID long distance call||1 and *67 and 1 and ten-digit number||1-*67-1-212-555-1234|
|Public Service Call||1 and 3-digit number||1-211|
Not all phones are enabled to make long distance and/or international calls. Please contact your department's authorized user to change your permissions. The authorized user can fill out the Change Request form. Cisco VoIP Request Forms
When you block caller ID, you are only blocking caller ID for that call. Any subsequent calls will not block unless you dial the 1 * 67 first.