In a telecommunications network a call from a calling party to a first called party is initiated via a network switch.
In the ringtone system, for a call from a calling party, the calling party is prompted to identify the type of the call.
A system and method for communicating messages includes receiving, from a first client associated with a calling party, a request for connection with a second client.
A calling party subscriber informs the serving telecommunications node (70a, 210) that the dialed called party number represents a mobile number.
After receiving an INVITE message from a calling party, the SIP proxy negotiates with a transcoder for getting a list of codecs of the transcoder and their address information.
The mobile subscriber (B0) has requested for calls to be transferred to an end-subscriber (C0) and a calling subscriber (A0) has called the mobile subscriber (B0).
A calling subscriber (A1) is permanently connected to a public switched telephone network (PSTN) and a called subscriber (B2) is a mobile unit which moves in the public land mobile network (PLMN).
The present invention discloses a system and a method for collecting and presenting subscriber number information for a calling subscriber sent by CTI system signalling over a stationary telecom network.
The caller recognition element is configured to recognize a caller of the web site.
A method and system for providing a caller-controlled demarcation service is described (figure 3).
Subsequently a leg of the call from the network switch to the first called party is released.
The system also provides for the ability to connect to a further telephone during a conversation between a caller and the subscriber.
First, a request for bandwidth on a cable data system link (306) is received from a first ISP by a requesting subscriber.
The method includes detecting when a telephone set is taken off-hook by a caller, and wherein in response, a simulated dial tone is generated in the telephone set receiver.
The system also allows the recording of conversation between a caller and the subscriber either automatically or in response to instruction by the user either before, during or after the telephone conversation.