Automatic Callback
(Repeat Dialing)

Repeat Dialing allows you to dial a code to have your phone continuously attempt to redial a busy number that you tried to call. When the line is free, you will be alerted with a special ringing, and a call will automatically be made. You can also use Repeat Dialing to redial the last number you called.

What Repeat Dialing Does For You:

Eliminates the frustration of continuously redialing numbers and receiving annoying busy signals.

Saves time and effort. Repeat Dialing will keep dialing the number for you — automatically — until your call gets through.

You will no longer have to look up or remember the phone number during redial attempts.

To Use Repeat Dialing:

  1. Hang up, then lift the receiver and listen for dial tone.
  2. Press *66
  3. If the line is busy:
    • Listen for three beeps or an announcement telling you the number is busy.
    • Hang up.
    • You will hear a short-short-long ring when the line is free.
    • Your call will automatically be made when you lift the handset.
  4. If the line is not busy
    • Listen for ringing.
    • Wait for answer.

To Cancel Repeat Dialing:

  1. Press *86 and listen for tone or announcement.


  • While Repeat Dialing is activated, you may still make and receive other calls.

  • Repeat Dialing will continuously attempt to call back a busy number for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, your request will be canceled.

  • You can use Repeat Dialing for more than one busy number at a time. You will hear a special ring when one of these numbers becomes idle; however, you will not be able to tell which of the numbers it is.

  • If the number you are trying to reach is outside the area served by Repeat Dialing, you will hear a recording advising you that the call cannot be made.