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Follow these steps to prepare at work. Bookmark or print this page for future reference.
1. Reprogram your equipment and services at work to include the new area code:
All speed dialing lists on all your outgoing lines (including extensions, cellular or mobile and fax machines)
Computer modems
Call Forwarding (including Ultra Forward, Select Forward)
Voice Mail or Messaging Systems (including Answer Call, Voice Mail Service, Pager Notification, Special Delivery, Mini Message Boards, Premium Message Boards, T-Mail Group Lists)
Call Block
Priority Call
Special Delivery Service on Answer Call
Security or alarm systems
2. Check with your service providers to make sure that the following equipment can handle any new area codes, including:
ISDN equipment
PBX systems
Burglar alarms
Electronic key systems
3. Give your new area code to all the people you deal with, including:
Customers and business associates
Local affiliates
Relatives and friends
4. Make sure your new area code appears in all advertising, including:
Newspaper and magazine ads
TV and radio ads
Verizon Yellow Pages advertising
Non-Verizon telephone directories
Classified ads
Internet sites
Recorded messages
Promotional Items (including mugs, keychains, t-shirts, caps, etc.)
Uniforms and other employee clothing
Company vehicles
5. Include your new area code on anything you print, including:
Business cards
Purchase orders
Menus and placemats
Brochures/catalogs/promotional materials
Internal records
Company directories
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