AT&T Corp. said Monday that its “AT&T CallVantage” voice-over-Internet-protocol service is now available in 100 U.S. markets.
The company said it added CallVantage service in Dover, Del.; New Bedford, Brockton, Fitchburg-Leominster, Lawrence, Lowell and Worcester, Mass.; and Pittsburgh and Reading, Pa.
CallVantage’s features include: “Call Logs,” which track incoming and outgoing calling with “click-to-dial” capability; “Do Not Disturb,” which allows customers to receive calls only when they want, while letting emergency calls ring in; “Personal Conferencing,” which enables users to set up meetings with up to nine additional callers; “Locate Me,” which enables home phones to find customers by ringing up to five phones all at once or one right after the other; and “Voicemail with eFeatures,” which allows customers to hear their messages from any phone or PC and forward voice mail to anyone on the Web via electronic mail.