Why pay extra for features such as Voicemail, Caller ID, Call Waiting and Call Return? All of this and more is included when you sign up for ApacheNet VoIP service. ApacheNet also provides Internet-enabled capabilities that you can't get with traditional phone service.
The following Premium Features can be added to your ApacheNet service plan for a small cost.
*Prices are per month unless otherwise noted
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ApacheNet provides Basic 911 coverage nationwide and E911 where available. ApacheNet must know the physical location of your ApacheNet telephone adapter. You will be prompted to provide this information during sign-up. If this address is not accurate or if you move your adapter to another location, even temporarily, you must use the ApacheNet online account management portal at https://control.apachenet.biz or call customer service at 1.800.ApacheNet.1699 to update the physical location of your adapter. If this information is not accurately on record, emergency services will not be able to locate you if you are unable to speak your address or are disconnected – even in areas where E911 service is available. 911 service may be disrupted by power outages or outages of your Internet service. We urge you to review the “Emergency Services - 911 Dialing” section in the ApacheNet Terms of Service agreement for more information about 911 Dialing.
With ApacheNet, you can control your Voicemail via your phone or our account management portal.
ApacheNet Caller ID enables the phone number of the calling party to be displayed on your phone.
ApacheNet Call Waiting works just like the call waiting feature available with a traditional telephone service, but with ApacheNet you don't pay extra for it.
Use ApacheNet's online account management portal to quickly configure Call Forwarding to an alternate number.
With Three Way Calling, you will be able to connect with two other parties at the same time.
Calls within the ApacheNet network are always free. This includes domestic and international calls.
Now you can take your phone service with you when you travel. Simply pack your telephone adapter. As long as your have access to a broadband Internet connection, you can still make and receive calls on your ApacheNet number. Note that some International locations require adapters to support U.S. power supply and telephone cable standards.
ApacheNet telephone adaptors support two lines. Just select "Add a second line" during the order process and you will be prompted to choose a rate plan for that line.
With ApacheNet, you are free to select a number in your local calling area or anywhere else in the country.
ApacheNet Call Return enables you to dial *69 to automatically return the last incoming call. While there is no additional charge for this feature, any outgoing minutes used to return a call count towards your plan (does not apply to callers with Unlimited plan).
Caller ID Block, also known as *67, allows you to block your identity when making a phone call. This feature can be activated from your phone or through your online account management portal.
ApacheNet enables you to easily block and unblock international calling. The feature is configurable via ApacheNet's online account management portal.
Use this feature to prevent Directory Assistance calls from your ApacheNet phone.
Do Not Disturb allows you to send callers right to voicemail — even before the first ring.
Speed dial allows you to store up to 100 of the phone numbers you call most often, and then retrieve those numbers with a 2–digit combination. 2–digit speed dialing works for International numbers too. This feature is controlled through ApacheNet's online account management portal.
The ApacheNet account management portal allows you to manage your account, configure services, and even view received calls, missed calls and dialed calls. Customers can log in from the home page of this site or go to https://control.apachenet.biz.
99¢ per call
Virtual Numbers are numbers that ring to your primary line. Since you select the area code, Virtual Numbers are a great way to provide friends, family, business colleagues or customers with a local number where they can reach you. Whether you have a son across the state in college or a customer on the opposite coast, Virtual Numbers make it seem as if you’re right next door for only $4.95.