Not about Voip but its to do with telephones

#1
I am after a gadget if its available that will work as follows.

I plug the gadget into a telephone point i then plug my telephone into the gadget i then set the gadget to a ring delay of say three rings.

So when a call comes in the caller will hear three rings but i will not hear the first three rings.

I would want to be able to set the delay up to say ten rings.

Is such a gadget made if so what is it called and can you give a link to it.

I have done a google search but it only came up with the settings for various answer phone machines.

Thanks and Merry Christmas and happy new year to you all

What is is for

#2
I'm puzzled as to what this device is for?

Does it just put off the impatient callers (eg call centres) who can only be bothered to wait 9 rings?

In a home environment then you need that time - especially if you happen to be on the loo when the phone rings! :oops:

In a business environment the speed of answering is of the essence. Deliberately keeping your customers waiting does not sound like a good strategy.

Do explain........

Chris

#4
Snom IP phones allow you to specify 'Ring After Delay (sec)' - the phone will make no ringing sound until the caller has been ringing for the number of seconds you enter.
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