I’m getting many calls from people and companies that I do not
know. Therefore, I do not know their numbers. And, its too many
calls to deal with.
I just hooked up my Classco caller ID. It reads numbers instead of
names. Now, in most cases, I will know who is calling before I pick
Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2017 7:14 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Talking caller ID on a Panasonic cordless
Wherever the info is obtained, if it's a cell phone, unless the
caller's name and cell phone is in the contacts list of the phone, it
will say, "Wireless Caller". He complained that he doesn't want to
hear Wireless Caller because he can't tell which of his wireless caller
friends is calling. So I suggest he put those numbers in the
of the phone, so that when those wireless callers ring his phone,
will tell him if it is Sally or Don or Mom or Uncle Fred, or the
> It already speaks the
names of incoming callers. He wants it to speak phone
instead. And the name information is transmitted as part of the
Caller ID signal. It is not retrieved from the internet or an
> phone book.
> ----- Original Message -----
From: "Ann Parsons" <akp@...>
> Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2017 7:03
> Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Talking caller ID on a Panasonic cordless
>> Hi all,
>> James, if you put the
wireless callers you know in the contacts of the
>> Panasonic phone,
it will announce their names. You gotta give it some
that it can't get from the internet and the electronic phone book.
>> you put Sally's Mobile in your contacts on the phone, when
>> you'll hear Sally instead of Wireless
>> Ann P.
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Ann K. Parsons
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