Nsight Residential Phone—Features to complement your lifestyle

Get what you need … and nothing you don’t.

Features may vary depending on your location. Contact a friendly Nsight sales representative for complete details: 920.826.5215 or 920.865.7000.

Automatic Callback – Automatically redials a busy station and rings your line when the line is available.

Automatic Recall – Automatically dial the last number that called you.

Call Waiting – Receive a call while you are on the phone.

Cancel Call Waiting – Prevent a call from interrupting you while you are on the phone.

Call Forward – Forward your phone number to another phone number.

Call Forward – No Answer – Forward your calls to another number after two to nine rings.

Call Forward Busy – Forward your calls to another number if your line is busy

Call Forward Remote Access – Turn on, turn off or change your call forward settings.

Caller ID Name/Number – See the name and number of calling party before you answer.

Call Waiting ID – See the name and number of the person calling you even when you are already on the phone.

3-Way Calling – Talk to two other people at the same time.

Distinctive Ringing – Make a list of special callers by using a special ring to announce calls from any of the numbers designated.

Selective Call Acceptance – Program your phone to accept calls only from a list of people you choose.

Selective Call Forwarding – Forward only calls from a special list of numbers to another number.

Selective Call Rejection – Program your phone to reject calls from any number you place in your rejection list.

Speed Calling Short – Preprogram up to eight numbers in a speed-calling list.

Speed Calling Long – Preprogram up to 30 numbers that you frequently call in a speed-calling list.

Warm Line – Automatically dial a number you have selected if your telephone is off the hook for more than 30 seconds without making a call

Multi-ring – Have up to three other phone numbers to ring, when someone dials your main number.

Note: When adding cellular numbers be sure to include area code.

Toll Denial – This free service allows you to block long distance calls from being made from your telephone.

900 Blocking – This free service blocks 900 calls from being made from your telephone.

Unpublished Number – Stop your phone number from being published in a telephone directory or in directory assistance.

Unlisted Number – Stop your phone number from being published in a telephone directory, but it is listed in directory assistance.

ECC Detailed Billing Option –

For a fee per month, you can receive a billing statement that shows the detail for every ECC call you make. For no charge, we offer a bulk billing statement that provides a summary of your ECC Calls for a month.

How to connect and disconnect your telephones.

Warning: Customers with pacemakers should not connect or disconnect telephones. Telephones have voltage ranging from 48 VDC to 105 VAC. To avoid electrical shock, use insulated tools and protective clothing. Do not touch grounded objects or appliances while working on telephone equipment.

Connecting Desk Telephones: Desk telephones may be connected to modular jacks. Simply match the plug at the end of the telephone cord and insert.

Disconnecting Desk Telephones: Simply squeeze the clip on the plug and pull out of the jack.

Connecting Wall Telephones: Simply match the holes in the back of the telephone with the rivets on the wall mounting. Push the telephone lightly against the mounting while sliding it down into place.

Disconnecting Wall Telephones: Gently slide the telephone up to lift it off the rivets. Pull the telephone away from the wall mount.


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