AT&T Archives Introduction To The Dial Telephone
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[AT&T Archives Introduction To The Dial Telephone]
The Local News of the week.
At midnight Saturday the telephones in this city will be changed to dial service and all telephone numbers will be changed.
Late this week new Directories will be delivered.
Here are a few important suggestions for the use of your dial telephone. Before calling any number, first secure the number from your new Directory. Then remove the receiver and listen for dial tone, it sounds like this.
[Dial tone sound]
That tone indicates everything is ready for your call. With the receiver off the hook, dial the desired number.
For example, suppose you want to dial 23650, dial each numeral in this manner. Pulling the dial around to the finger stop, each time, be sure to allow the dial to a freely return to its normal position. And this is the ringing signal.
If the line is busy, you will hear this busy signal.
Until Saturday midnight, please use your present directory and make your calls in the usual manner.
Introduction to the Dial Telephone 1936 Bell System
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