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Call Park Frequently Asked Questions
Article #4500

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. What is Call Park?
  2. Does Call Park work for both inbound and outbound calling?
  3. Does it work only on AT&T Office@Hand devices?
  4. What is Park Location?
  5. Can I park to a specific user extension?
  6. How much does Call Park cost?
  7. What are the supported desk phones for this feature?
  8. How many calls can I park in a single location?
  9. How may Park Locations can I have?
  10. How many users are allowed in a Park Location?
  11. On what AT&T Office@Hand service is it available to?
  12. Does Call Park work for transferred calls?
  13. Can I perform Call Park using my Office@Hand Mobile app?
  14. What happens if someone that does not belong to Park Location dials the DTMF codes to pick up?
  15. How long does a call stay parked?

 

  1. What is Call Park?
    Call Park is a feature which allows AT&T Office@Hand users to put a call on public call park and have a user pick up on another phone in the network by dialing the touch-tone command for that public location. For example, *801 to retrieve the call.
  2. Does Call Park work for both inbound and outbound calling?
    Yes, Call Park works both ways:

    • Inbound – both inside and outside the Office@Handnsystem
    • Outbound – only outside the Office@Hand system. It does not work within the Office@Hand system.Example:  User A within Office@Hand account cannot park an outbound call to user B.
  3. Does it work only on AT&T Office@Hand devices?
    Incoming calls can be parked and retrieved on any AT&T Office@Hand devices, regardless of office location. However, calls can also be parked using your home phone, AT&T Office@Hand Desktop App or Mobile App as long as it’s part of the call routing/forwarding rules.
  4. What is Park Location?
    It’s the virtual system location – not to be confused with user extensions.  Virtual locations where an inbound or outbound call is parked are preceded by an asterisk symbol (*).

    • Maximum number of simultaneously parked locations are 100, which range from *800 – *899Yes, calls can be parked in a public or private call park.  To learn more about private call park, go to Setting up and Using Park Locations.
  5. Can I park to a specific User extension?
    Yes, calls can be parked in a public or a private call park.
  6. How much does Call Park cost?
    Call Park feature is included for free with AT&T Office@Hand plans.
  7. What are the supported desk phones for this feature?
    Public Call Park is available on all AT&T Office@Hand devices.
  8. How many calls can I park in a single location?
    You can park one (1) call per park location.
  9. How may Park Locations can I have?
    You’re allowed up to 100 park locations.
  10. How many users are allowed in a Park Location?
    Not limited.
  11. On what AT&T Office@Hand service is it available to?
    Call Park is available in all AT&T Office@Hand plans.
  12. Does Call Park work for transferred calls?
    It is only supported for warm transfers on desk phone using call park soft key.
  13. Can I perform Call Park using my Office@Hand Mobile app?
    Yes, you can park and retrieve a parked call using your Office@Hand Mobile app.
  14. What happens if someone that does not belong to Park Location dials the DTMF codes to pick up?
    He will receive the following message: This group does not accept phone calls. You will now be disconnected.
  15. How long does a call stay parked?
    Park recall timer is 5 minutes — then the call automatically disconnects.

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