What is a Warm Line?
Warm Line is a phone feature that is designed to automatically place a call to a previously specified destination when your line stays off-hook for a specified period of time (with no dialing taking place). This may be a valuable option for sick, elderly or even children. A sick or elderly person could have their line set up to dial 911 for an emergency. A mother could set up the phone to dial her work number for the children without having to dial the number. You can even specify the off-hook wait time before the emergency call is dialed. You may choose a time between 2 to 30 seconds.
Please contact us for assistance with setting up this feature.
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