How to Use "Simultaneous Ringing"

For landlines that use VoIP,  your carrier may have a simultaneous ringing feature that makes it REALLY EASY to use our robots!  

What is this feature?   Simultaneous ringing lets you tell the carrier to always ring BOTH your phone AND a Jolly Roger robot.    If you set this up with your carrier, here is how it will work:

  1. Every time your phone rings, our robot will get a ring too. It will look at the callerID and compare it to real-time database of phone-numbers being used by telemarketers and scammers.
  2. If the number shows up in the database, then the robot will answer the call, talk to the caller, and send you a recording as usual.   We also send you some extra information about the call. 
  3. If the number doesn't show up in the database, then the robot will NOT answer the call.    You will however get an email telling you about the call.

So you will get an email about every call to your home number.   And every call will include links so that you can tell us to put the caller on your own personal

 "Black-List" or "White-List":

  • If we thought the caller was ok and let it ring through to you, but you thought the caller was a nuisance and in future you want us to answer all calls from that number, then you click to put that number on your "Black-List"
  • If we thought the call was a telemarketer, but in future you want us to NOT answer calls from that number, then you click to put that number on your "White-List"
Using Google Voice?  

1) Here are some special instructions for users of Google Voice.

Here's Instructions For How to Set this up for Different Carriers

1) AT&T U-Verse:  the feature is called "Locate Me" and here is a link that tells you how to use it.

2) Charter.net Spectrum Voice:  the feature is called"Simultaneous Ring" and here is a link that tells you how to use it.

3) Comcast Xfinity Voice:  the feature is called "Advanced Call Forwarding" and here is a link that tells you how to use it.

4) Time-Warner Cable: the feature is called "Answer Anywhere" and here is a link  that tells you how to use it.

5) Verizon FiOS: the feature is called "Simultaneous Ring" and here is a link that tells you how to use it.

6) Vonage: the feature is called "SimulRing" and here is a link that tells you how to use it.

7) OOMA: the feature is called "Call Forwarding" and here is a link that tells you how to use it.

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