Tuesday, October 30, 2007
There are a number of different ways to take advantage of all of the calling features that are included in a plan from Time Warner Cable. For example, Caller ID will display the number and often the name of whoever is calling you on a screen. Once this feature is enabled, you can have the number displayed on a screen next to your phone, an LCD screen on the phone itself if you happen to use a model with that feature, or even your TV screen. With all of those ways to see who's calling you at any given time, you can make an informed decision about whether or not to answer the call.
Of course there's always the possibility that a number that's being used to call you could be unlisted or that you don't recognize the name or the number associated with it. Under those situations, you don't necessarily want to miss out on the call, but you don't necessarily want to pick it up either. Under those circumstances, the voice mail feature that's offered by Time Warner Cable is a very useful tool. If you don't want to miss a call, but don't feel like picking it up for whatever reason, you can just let the voice mail take care of it.
Call Forwarding is probably the least used feature offered by Time Warner Cable on its digital phone plans, but it can be a very useful tool under the right circumstances. That's because call forwarding will enable you to make sure that any calls to your home number ring through to another number of your choice. It's an especially useful feature to take advantage of when you think you might receive an important call, but need to be at work or are traveling.
Time Warner Cable proves that you don't have to be at the mercy of the phone company anymore.