- Brand Name: AT&T
- Model Number: DVG-1120M/US
AT&T CallVantage Service VoIP Telephone Adapter
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- Unlimited local and nationwide calls, including, Canada, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands; low monthly rate
- Caller ID, call waiting, 3-way calling
- 250-number phone directory, 9 speed dials
- Talking voicemail-to-email call forwarding; 60-day call log
- Competitive international rates, web-based directory assistance, reverse lookup
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From the Manufacturer
When you receive the Telephone Adapter (TA), simply follow the accompanying instructions to sign up for AT&T CallVantage Service. Then, connect a corded or cordless phone to the TA, connect the TA to your cable or DSL modem, and you can immediately make unlimited local and long distance telephone callsnationwideover your high speed connection. You can also enjoy some of the lowest international per-minute rates from AT&T, which can save you up to 45% on international calls!**
AT&T CallVantage Service is a breakthrough service that lets you get more from your home phone than you ever imagined.
Make unlimited local and long distance calls (including calls to Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands). Get great savings on international calls, too.
Manage your account and access all the great AT&T CallVantage Service features at your convenience, 24/7/365, anywhereover the phone or online using a personal web page.
Choose a new home phone number when you sign up and keep your numberfor life! Also, you may be able to transfer your existing home number to AT&T CallVantage Service so you will never miss a call. You can even keep the same home phone number if you move.
Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) technology provides high voice quality.
Your favorite standard features like Call Waiting, Caller ID***, and Call Forwarding are all included. Plus, you get powerful new features that are not available through regular phone service such as:
- Locate Me****. When you're not home, your calls find you. Your home phone will ring up to five different phones that you choose, one number at a time or all at once.
- Do Not Disturb. Schedule quiet time without missing urgent calls.
- Conference Calling*****. Hold conference calls with up to 10 people.
- Speed Dial. Just click your mouse to dial your most important numbers.
- Voicemail + eFeatures = Turn voicemail into talking email.
AT&T CallVantage Service is PC and MAC friendly. You'll need Internet Explorer 5.5 (for Windows), or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.X or Apple Safari 1.0 (on Mac OS 9 or OS X) to access the AT&T CallVantage Service Web site.
* Monthly rate includes domestic, direct-dialed calls only. Service will not function during power outage. See Web site provided in AT&T CallVantage Telephone Adapter for important information about 911 dialing.
** Savings based on weighted average of calling to all countries, compared to the lead plan of AT&T as of 7/1/04. International calls are billed at additional per-minute rates and may have different feature capabilities. See Web site, www.att.com/amazon
*** Caller ID equipment required.
**** Available in the continental U.S. only.
***** Personal Conferencing is currently available free of charge, but may become a paid feature in the future.
Top Customer Reviews
Once I had the service up and running we noticed that there were some issues with the voice quality. Incoming voice was clear but our outgoing voice was dropping off from time to time and made having a conversation difficult. I called AT&T and they did some testing of my cable line and said everything looked ok. They suggested that it might be my cordless phone. I changed phones but still no luck. I ended up calling my cable provider and they came out and found two issues with my internet setup on their end which would cause dropped packets and lead to voice quality problems. Once they fixed this up we have had very good call quality from our AT&T service.
The lesson learned is that you have to deal with two providers and as usual both providers at first blammed the other provider for the issue.
On the positive side, I love being able to call long distance anytime of the day and not worry about charges or cellular minutes etc. AT&T has some nice features which I'm sure will get better over time. I like the call log and phone book feature as well as the locate me feature where you can have the service ring up to 5 phones to locate you if you are not home.Read more ›
Given that I work as a consultant in emerging telecommunications, I have been tracking VoIP services for a while. In fact, I was using the [previously] free Dialpad.com service since 1999. While the sound quality of these older VoIP services was generally good, there was a annoying delay that disrupted the flow of a conversations. To its credit, Dialpad has corrected the problem as of 2005.
In short, the quality of CallVantage is excellent. There is no delay, no static, no fading. The service is so robust, one has to wonder if the traditional switched phone service providers (ILEC's) will become extinct faster than analysts have predicted.
Similar to how other online services such as electronic banking that have trumped their traditional counterparts, CallVantage offers a number of features unavailable with traditional ILEC's. In fact, the advanced features are even beyond what the cellular companies offer, which is probably going to spur further advanced features in the mobile market.
The additional features are numerous with varying degrees of utility. The web-based voicemail retrieval is especially nice. Email notification is also helpful, especially when you forward these messages to a Blackberry or mobile phone. There are other capabilities like call logs and, for an additional fee, call filtering.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a current CallVantage customer and have received a letter from CallVantage informing me that all CallVantage service will be discontinued after October 20, 2009.Published on August 1, 2009 by Amazon Customer
AT&T has announced that they will be closing down this service in the next few months...Published on May 11, 2009 by Bill K
Per a letter I just received AT&T is discontinuing this voip service sometime in 2009. Best look to another ATT product or to other voip providers.Published on April 30, 2009 by D. Wallace
ATT is no longer accepting new CallVantage customers so confirm before you buy this product. Oct. 15, 2008Published on October 15, 2008 by JayB
Excellent seller, found the product as mentioned. willing to buy again from the same seller in future.Published on June 1, 2008 by Mirza K. Alibaig
We've had model DVG-1120M for over a year. CallVantage is a very full-featured service with many options. Read morePublished on September 6, 2006 by nial_l
i had callvantage for about 10 months and it was always spotty. set up was a cinch, and the website they provide is excellent. Read morePublished on January 5, 2006 by G. Damiani
My initial experience was very good, until I added a wireless internet video camera to my HOME LAN. Evidently, remote access to your HOME LAN is impossible with the D-Link... Read morePublished on March 12, 2005 by BENDER
Just a couple of quick note about using the Telephone Adapter (TA) with routers. This is going to be of more interest to people who do advanced configuration with their network... Read morePublished on March 4, 2005 by R. Ellis