Automatic Dialer

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Automatic Dialer

A computer program that calls numbers and plays a pre-recorded message. This is used in marketing, often in political campaigns. For example, an automatic dialer may play a message from a celebrity endorser. Legislation limits the use of automatic dialers. See also: Dialing for dollars.
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No damage is done to either the lock or the safe, and chances are excellent that the safe owner will not detect any evidence that an automatic dialer has been used.
Another item deserving consideration, especially if you plan extensive use of a new long-distance service, is a separate unit called an automatic dialer.
The DSL user installs the Z-250FR filter into each telephone jack in the subscriber's premises that contains voice-band equipment devices, including corded/cordless telephones, answering machines, fax machines, modems 56Kb/s and slower, automatic dialers, recorder connectors, and satellite television set-top boxes.
The Z-471TJA45 filter is designed to be installed into every telephone jack in the DSL subscriber's premises that contains voice-band equipment devices, including corded/cordless telephones, answering machines, fax machines, 56Kb/s and lower-rate modems, automatic dialers, and recorder connectors.
It can be used in conjunction with other Z-BLOCKER(R) DSL filters distributed throughout the subscriber's premises for isolating DSL service from RFI and voiceband equipment devices including wired/cordless telephones, fax/answering machines, dial-up modems and automatic dialers.
The Z-420UKP2J filter is designed to be installed into every telephone jack in the DSL subscriber's premises that contains voice-band equipment devices, including corded/cordless telephones, answering machines, fax machines, 56Kb/s and lower-rate modems, automatic dialers and recorder connectors.
We hope most residents and business have used the transition period to change numbers on their stationery, personal checks and business cards, as well to reprogram automatic dialers and other telecommunications equipment.
They may be used on phone jacks with answering machines, fax machines, modems operating at or below 56Kb per second, automatic dialers and set-top boxes.
Automatic dialers, automated voice response systems, and automatic call distribution services are excellent assets for collection and customer service departments.
Customers are reminded to reprogram GTE calling services such as Speed Calling and Call Forwarding, automatic dialers, key telephone systems, PABX systems, fax machines, cellular telephones, computer modems, and alarm systems for numbers changing to the 727 area code or that will require 10-digit dialing.
Customers who use modems, fax machines, automatic dialers and other telecommunications equipment will need to program any such equipment to reach a customer in the new 646 area code.
AirTouch Cellular suggests reprogramming equipment such as PBX systems with automatic call routing, speed call lists, pagers, burglar alarms, automatic dialers, fax machines, computer modems, voice mail, call forwarding, and call detail recording.
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