Star Codes / Value Added Features

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    Value added features and star codes are available to Shaw phone customers, however the exact availability of these features depends on which Shaw Phone package you are currently subscribed to. To see which features come with your phone package, please view our Compare Shaw Home Phone Plans page: http://shaw.ca/home-phone/Compare-Plans/

     

    FeatureDescriptionActivationDeactivation
    Anonymous Call BlockingAllows you to block unidentified calls (No call display information)

    *77

    *87

    Shaw to Shaw CallingResidential Shaw Home Phone Lite, Shaw Home Phone Basic customers, Shaw Business Phone, Business Phone Plus will not be charged for long distance calls made to any other Shaw Home Phone customers (with any service level)

    Automatically
    available

    3 Way Calling

    Also known as conference calling, this feature allows you to invite a second party into your phone call so that you can speak to two people simultaneously

     

    Steps for 3 Way Calling:

    1. Call first phone number

    2. Press the Link/Flash button on your phone

    3. Dial second phone number

    4. When the second party answers, press the Link/Flash button again to begin your 3 way call

    Simultaneous Ring

    Ring your home phone and up to 4 other phones of your choice, to enable/disable login to phone.shaw.ca

    Call Trace
    Causes a call to be traced for future reference.  Only to be used for legal action

    *57

    Selective Call BlockingLets you enter up to 32 specific numbers from which you do not want to receive calls.

     

    Anyone trying to call your phone from a number you have blocked will hear a recording advising them you are not accepting calls from their number.

    • Activate by dialing *60 and press 3. Press # and enter the 10 digit phone number you do not wish to receive calls from, then press #

     

    • To block the number from the last call you received, dial *60 and press #, 0, 1, #

     

    • To remove a previously blocked number, dial *60 and press *, enter the phone number to be unblocked, and press *.

     

    • To remove all numbers from the blocked list, dial *60 and press *, 0, 8, *.

     

    • To deactivate, dial *60 and press 3

    *60

    Busy RedialGetting a busy tone? Let the Network monitor the line and call you back as soon as the line you're calling is available

    *66

    *86

    Call Display BlockingPrevents your name and phone number from being displayed when you make a call

     

    Private Number and Private Name will be displayed instead of your name and number. This feature is activated on a per-call basis

    *67

    Call Return AnnouncementLets you dial the last number that called you, even if you didn't answer the call

    *69

    Disable Call Waiting for 1 call

    *70

    Forwarding Calls Directly to VM

    *72 then *98

    *73

    Call ForwardingRedirects your incoming calls to another phone number

    *72 then the phone number (in-depth guide below)

    *73

    Display "Name" and "Number" for a Non-Published telephone numberIf you have your home phone number set as non published (does not display any call information) this option allows them to display their name and number on the receiving ends Caller ID. (per-call basis)

    *82

    Voice Mail Access

    *98

     

     

    Call Forwarding In-Depth

     

         To Activate Call Forwarding:

      1. Wait for dial tone
      2. Dial *72 and you will hear a stuttered tone
      3. Once the dial tone returns to normal, dial the number to which you would like to forward your calls. When the number rings, you have two options:
        1. Answer the call to the selected number to confirm the forward (e.g. cell phones)
        2. If the line is busy, or there is no answer, hang up and repeat the above steps

     

         To Disable Call Forwarding:

      1. Wait for dial tone
      2. Dial *73

     

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