VONAGE Newbie w/newbie question

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by New_kid@nowhere.new, Aug 11, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Well, I've done some searching to see if this has been asked before and
    surely it has though I can't seem to find the answer or it has scrolled
    off into the bit bucket. Strangely I didn't see it in the VONAGE FAQ
    either.

    We are a new VONAGE subscriber and *really like* the service. However,
    their caller-id presentation, although correct, is always an 11-digit
    number beginning with "1". Since we use a voice callerID unit this extra
    digit throws off the voice cadencing, thus speaking the number (example)
    "151-278-3557-7" instead of "512-783-5577" - as you can imagine, this
    is really a mind-twister when you're trying to listen and figure out just
    who in the world is calling.

    Is there any way to have VONAGE turn off that damned leading digit "1" ???

    Thanks!
    , Aug 11, 2007
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