Kall8 Toll Free Service Features
With Kall8, you get SO
much more than just a toll free number. Consider all these benefits
included with your basic toll free service.
Your Choice of Toll Free Numbers Instantly
Toll free numbers are so popular for business and personal use
that there are four "area code" prefixes that you can
choose from: 800, 866, 877, 888. Kall8 has a selection of different
numbers in each category that are instantly available. You pick
one or more from the list and add it to your shopping cart.
By the time you're done checking out, it's ready for use. Now
Your Online Account Manager
When you buy Kall8 toll free numbers, you get your own online
account where you can make on-the-fly feature settings for each
of your numbers. Set delay time, calling length and forward-to
number for your voicemail. Change the address you want voicemail
and fax emails sent to. Activate your calling card. View call
details. Set up call recording. You can change settings for each
of your numbers anytime you want, 24/7.
Toll Free Number Forwarding
Toll free numbers don't require you to pay for a local phone
line. Instead, your number "rings to" an existing telephone.
This can be a traditional landline or a cell phone. When someone
calls your toll free number, it will ring to the phone you've
designated. With Kall8, you can switch between your office phone
and cell phone at will so you never miss a call.
You'll always know who's calling because their Caller ID is passed
through your toll-free number. Alternatively, you can have the
Caller ID set to display your toll free number so you'll know
it's a toll free caller.
Every Kall8 number comes with voicemail service that works like
an answering machine. You can turn it on an off and select how
long each message can be. You can also specify how many seconds
the system will wait before your caller is routed to voice mail.
That gives you a chance to take the call. Or specify 0 seconds
and all calls will go to voicemail. You can call-in to get your
voice mails from any phone, but with Kall8 you can also have
your voice mails sent to you as email attachments in .wav format.
Click on the link in your email message and you can listen to
your messages on your computer wherever you happen to be.
Your toll free number will also receive fax messages and send
them to you as email attachments. Imagine being able to read,
store and even print your fax messages from your desktop or laptop
computer. Sales people on the go may want a Kall8 toll free number
for just the voicemail and fax delivery features.
Call Detail Reporting
You'll know exactly who's been calling and how much each calls
costs with the online call detail reporting. Select the time
period you want to view and you'll get an instant report listing
each call with local date & time, the toll free number they
called, Caller ID, origination number with city and state, destination
number with city and state, call minutes, call cost, and date
billed. You have the option to have the system look up individual
addresses for an extra charge.
Virtual Calling Card
While toll free service is normally for people calling you, you
can also use this service to call out at the same great rates.
Activate this feature and then call-in as you would to check
your messages. You will have the option to make an outgoing call
at 6.9 cents per minute to anywhere in the 48 States, Canada
and about 20 other countries. Your calls are billed to your Kall8
account each month. It's just like having a calling card, but
no plastic to lose.
Premium Add-On Services
For additional fees,
you can add these powerful features to your account to create
a virtual phone system that would otherwise require expensive
hardware and service.
This PBX phone system function is now available to you on a customized
basis. Your toll free number will trigger an IVR (Integrated
Voice Response) system that can have multiple menus, greetings
and extensions. No equipment to buy. This system is hosted by
Activate this service for an additional fee and then turn on
the recorder when you wish to record incoming calls. This feature
is normally used by call centers and customer service organizations
for quality control.