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Virtual Phone
Mobile PBX 
Extension

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Full Mobile Compatibility

Connect with your company PBX with your virtual extension on your existing mobile phone.

Using DLT's 2nd Line to receive calls is just like using your mobile phone. Incoming voice and video calls will appear on your device lock screen just like a cellular call.

Manage Caller ID, blocking and answering rules with in option panel

DLT has flexible and powerful messaging features. It can send and receive SMS messages from a business phone line so that users need not divulge personal cell phone numbers. It also allows intra-company messaging with any PBX contact.

In Call Options 

 

While on call, users have numerous call handling options including Record, Hold, Blind, Transfer, Attended Transfer and Join Conference.
 

Easy to Use Interface

DLT's 2nd Line  allows users to interact with the PBX through an intuitive and familiar interface. The keypad screen offers easy access to make a call. Check voicemail, view phone contacts, send and receive SMS messages, view call history and view advance PBX features.

 

Choose the type of call you want to make with a single long tap. You can choose VoIP Call, Video Call, GSM Call or Callback. The Callback option is especially useful if you want to make a call through the PBX but don’t have a strong data signal.

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Residential Bundle

Advantages

Bundle your services with DLT Telecom, and keep your business humming like a well oiled machine. Forget the additional headache of managing multiple communication vendors. With one partner to manage it all for you, you can focus on your clients and growing your business. The DLT Telecom bundles not only save you money,  but are  packed with features, offering more value beyond just phone, internet and long distance minutes.

Better Value

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Faster Support

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Add what you Need

When you have all your services from the same provider, you have one provider who can troubleshoot for you.  When you have multiple providers, you may have to call each company for troubleshooting, and you may have to go back and forth to find out which provider has caused the problem.