Phone Tray Dialup - Internet Call Waiting, Online Caller ID
Don't miss another call while online! Yes, you can stay online without missing important calls when you're using
dial-up to connect to the internet!
Phone Tray Dialup allows you to receive and screen phone calls while you are online. The program uses your
V.92 modem and Call Waiting service from your phone company to detect an incoming call. If you have Caller ID
on Call Waiting, PhoneTray will show the caller's name and number, so you can decide if you want to answer
the call or ignore it. If your internet provider supports Modem-on-Hold, you can put internet on hold,
take a call and continue browsing after you finish talking. It's like Internet Call Waiting with no monthly fees,
no ads and no spyware.
Plus, you get full featured Caller ID software that shows and speaks caller's name and number,
logs all your incoming calls, blocks unwanted calls and zaps telemarketers.
Internet Call Waiting, Online Caller ID and Modem-on-Hold with no monthly fees. Try it FREE for 30 days,
then pay a small one-time fee and use it forever without paying anything else ever again!
- Windows 8/7/Vista/XP/2003/2000
- V.92 Modem
- Call Waiting service from your phone company
- Call Waiting Caller ID service recommended
|License:||Free to try, $16.95 to buy|
Phone Tray Dialup Features:
- See who's calling when you're online
PhoneTray Dialup allows you to receive and screen phone calls while you are online. The program uses your V.92 modem and Call Waiting
service from your phone company to detect an incoming call. If you have Caller ID on Call Waiting, also called Call Waiting ID or Visual
Call Waiting, PhoneTray will show the caller's name and number, so you can decide if you want to answer the call or ignore it. If your
internet provider supports Modem-on-Hold, you can put internet on hold, take a call and continue browsing after you finish talking.
Internet Call Waiting services like AOL Call Alert, CallWave, Pagoo or BuzMe transfer your calls to their call centers. They know who's
calling you and can subject your callers to advertisement. PhoneTray Dialup doesn't transfer your calls anywhere. It uses your modem to
get Caller ID information supplied by your phone company. So your privacy is protected and you are in complete control of your calls!
- Know who is calling
PhoneTray uses your modem to identify the callers before you answer the phone. You must subscribe to the caller id service from your phone
company and have a CallerID capable modem.
PhoneTray shows a balloon with the caller's name and number. The program also announces incoming calls using text-to-speech engine.
You can set a different ringtone for each caller or type of callers. 20 ringtones are included with the program plus you can use any wav file.
- Keep a complete history of your incoming calls
PhoneTray logs all your incoming calls. It keeps the date, time, name and phone number of each call. You can view a complete call history or
calls received today, this week or this month. You can select what type of calls you want to see - all calls, local calls, long distance calls etc.
- Protect your privacy
Privacy Manager allows you to configure how PhoneTray handles incoming calls. For example, you can set PhoneTray to automatically answer
all calls from private (blocked) numbers after first ring and play a message telling the caller to unblock his/her number.
All Privacy Manager settings including names and numbers are stored in a standard CSV file and can be imported from or exported to other
programs using Microsoft Excel.
- Zap telemarketing and other unwanted calls
PhoneTray can automatically 'zap' telemarketers with a special 'number disconnected' tone. After receiving this tone telemarketer's computer
will delete your number from its database. The program can play Federal 'do-not-call' warning forcing telemarketers to remove you from
their calling lists - by law!
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