Submitted by AJMSmith 10-07-2017 | 5 Comments
SMS compatable landline phones have been available now for the best part of a decade (see threads going back to at least 2010).
When is TT going to enable the use of SMS on landlines?
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I agree - as a virtually non-speaker - I would find any additional utilities on the phone useful
Especially - the ability to send and receive text messages !!
@AJMSmith Thanks for your idea. This is not something that we're looking into at the moment, however it has been passed to our Products Team for future consideration.
Even "enabling" TT landlines to accept incoming txt messages would be a step in the right direction - I used to txt our BT landline - 20 years ago and it was read out - whats changed to make such a backwards step ?
I'm with Weevie - how about it ?
I was told when switching from BT to TT that ALL landline services had equivalent TT functionality. It was a great way to send and receive texts that were to the household. Useful if you don't want companies to bother you at work. Switched to TT and now have no texts. Even though the telecoms spec sets out standards for SMS over landline. So not ALL services have an equivalent. Surprised TT have not switched this option on and then charged a £0.05 per text!
“shorter time before divert home calls on no reply”
“Allow us to block an area code (0128) for example”
“Home phone barred numbers”
“Have emergency service contact available to limited accounts.”
“Set a voicemail ringback time if new messages”
“Last Call Barring”
“Temporary turn off of CallSafe”
“Talk2Go app return”