PIN Code for Restricting Calls
Most organizations have some rules about who can make calls to where. It may be that your warehouse team can only make local and national calls and your accounts team can call local, national, and international calls.
- Log into your account.
- Select Switchboard.
- Select the number you want to Restrict Outbound Calls.
- Select Outbound.
- Select PIN Code
- Set your preferences under the Call type drop-down box.
The options are all calls, toll-free only, international calls only, and expensive international calls only.
- Create a PIN Code.
- Click Save to update settings.
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