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Withholding caller ID

About withholding caller ID

When you make a call, your name and number can be displayed to people who have caller identification features on their phones. You can choose to withhold this information when you call people outside your organisation.

Note

Some people reject anonymous calls

If you withhold your caller ID for outgoing calls, some people may not answer your calls.

Your caller ID can also be displayed to people who call you. You can withhold your caller ID for incoming calls if you don't want to display it when people outside your organisation call you.

Withholding your caller ID for outgoing calls

You can prevent your caller ID from being displayed to the people you call.

To withhold your caller ID for outgoing calls

  • Select Anrufdienste > Rufnummer für abgehende Anrufe unterdrücken (CLIR) > Ein.

You can also use feature access codes (FACs) to enable or disable this feature, either for all calls or only for the next call.

Read about feature access codes

Withholding your caller ID for incoming calls

When you receive a call, your caller ID information is available to the caller unless you withhold it.

To withhold your caller ID for incoming calls

  • Select Anrufdienste > Meine Namensanzeige für eingehende Anrufe unterdrücken > Ein.

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