ETNA - FORT JONES - HAMBURG - HAPPY CAMP - KLAMATH RIVER - SAWYERS BAR - SOMES BAR
3 DIGIT DIALING REFERENCE
2-1-1 | Community Referral Information Services
4-1-1 | Directory Assistance - US & Canada
5-1-1 | California Road Conditions
6-1-1 | Siskiyou Telephone Repair Service
7-1-1 | California Relay Service
8-1-1 | Underground Service Alert
9-1-1 | For All Emergencies
9-8-8 | National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Directory assistance gives you free unlimited calls to directory assistance in finding published phone numbers of customers in the United States and Canada.
LONG DISTANCE DIALING
LONG DISTANCE ACCESS CODES
Long distance calling services are provided by other companies. For billing purposes, the network equipment recognizes which long distance company you are using through 1 + long distance dialing or based on the digits you dial at the beginning of each call.
Inside 530 Area
Dial 1 + 530 + Telephone Number
Outside 530 Area
Dial 1 + Area Code + Telephone Number
OPERATOR ASSISTED CALLS, 0 + CALLS
Touch-Tone or Rotary Phones:
Person Calls, Collect Calls, **Calling Card Calls, & Calls Charged to Another Number
Dial 0 + area code + Telephone Number
After you dial the number, the Operator will come on the line.
**Touch-Tone Phone: Calling Card Calls
After you dial the number, you will hear a bong tone. After the tone, enter your calling card number.
TO REACH A TELEPHONE OPERATOR
Local or LATA (530 Area North of Chico)
Your Long Distance Company Operator
TYPES OF CALLS
Dial a station call direct if you’ll talk with anyone who answers. Charging starts when the called telephone is answered. Rates are lowest for Unassisted Station Calls. If you require charges quoted for special billing arrangements, (collect, credit, etc.), Operator Assisted rates apply.
PERSON TO PERSON
A person call is when you wish to reach a particular person or extension. Charging starts when conversation begins with the extension phone, the person called or anyone else agreed upon. Rates are highest for Operator Assisted Person to Person Calls.
From coin phones, see the instruction card on or near the phone, or dial the “OPERATOR”. Not all paystations serving our area are Siskiyou Telephone’s property. Consult the instructions before calling or reporting trouble.
COLLECT, CALLING CARD AND CALLS CHARGED TO ANOTHER NUMBER
Call collect if the person or firm you are calling agrees to pay the charge. You can also bill calls to your calling card or to another number. Operator Assisted Call rates apply.
MOBILE AND MARINE CALLS
You can make calls to autos, trucks, trains, aircraft and boats equipped for telephone service. Dial the Operator and ask for the Mobile Service Operator or the Marine Operator unless you’ve been instructed otherwise.
CALLS TO OTHER COUNTRIES
Calls to most of the world’s telephones can be made from your phone. Dial the Operator and give the name of the country you wish to call. Rates and reduced rate periods on calls to other countries differ from those on calls to U.S. points.
TOLL FREE CALLS
You can call free to phone numbers that are preceded by Zenith, Enterprise or the Area Code 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877 or 888. Dial the Operator and ask for Zenith, or Enterprise numbers. Dial numbers direct that are preceded by Area Code 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877 or 888.
PROTECT PRIVACY with 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, 888 and 900 Numbers
When you call 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, 888 and 900 numbers, the company you’re calling may receive your phone number. Because those numbers may use a Federal Communications Commission-regulated technology called Automatic Number Identification (ANI), there’s no way to prevent your number from being identified during these calls.
If you want to keep your number private, use a company’s regular toll number instead of the toll-free number or call from a payphone. If you do use a toll-free number, you can ask that your number not be given to phone solicitors.