[VoiceOps] Hotel Phone
myaklin at firstlight.net
Thu Apr 4 12:21:07 EDT 2019
I imagine you want to make sure E911 information is super accurate with actual floors and room numbers. Physical address and call back number is correct. By making that accurate and having the customer sign that phones cannot move you cover a serious base. Perhaps even a sticker on the phone saying such would be great to.
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I’ve never heard of any other 911 requirement for hotel or business phones outside of not have to dial 9 to dial 911, ie 9911. Kari’s Law.
Can anyone provide a link with more information?
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