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Caller ID

(CID) A feature of some modems.

Caller ID

A telephone company service that sends the caller's telephone number between the first and second ring of the call. If the calling number is not blocked, the calling number is displayed on the handset or base station of the called party. This is one feature within a set of services called Custom Local Area Signaling Services (CLASS). See ANI and CNAM.
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In fact, some firms that specialize in emerging technologies heavily promote their caller identification capabilities.
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The caller identification information that is displayed must include the name of either the company trying to make a sale or the company making a sales call on behalf of another company.
developer of advanced caller identification technology for wireless carriers, announced today that Bob Hart has joined its Board of Directors as Chairman.
Valid caller identification a long with abandoned call and dead air restrictions required by the FTC by the end of March will make a number of current call technologies obsolete.
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