HOW DOES VOIP WORKS
The Carrier Service of AleesVoip Provides 911
Because Your Safety Is Important
In case of emergency AleesVoip supports 911 dialing.
How it Works
EMERGENCY SERVICES - 911 Service
END USER acknowledges and understands that our 911 Service cannot be used in conjunction with a Soft Phone or non-interconnected Virtual Numbers (virtual numbers not associated with a DID and therefore cannot receive calls from a PSTN line). Our 911 Service is not automatic; END USER must separately take affirmative steps, as described in this Agreement and on our website Control Panel, to register the address where END USER will use the Services in order to activate the 911 feature. END USER must do this for each interconnected virtual number that END USER obtains. The 911 Service is different in a number of important ways from traditional 911 or E911 service as described on our website page for E911 Service and below. END USER shall inform any household residents, guests and other third persons who may be present at the physical location where END USER utilize the Service of (i) the non-availability of traditional 911 or E911, and (ii) the important differences in and limitations of the our 911 service as compared with traditional 911 or E911 Service. The documentation that accompanies each Device that END USER purchase should include a sticker concerning the potential non-availability of traditional 911 or E911 Service (the "911 Sticker"). It is your responsibility, in accordance with the instructions that accompany each Device, to place the 911 Sticker on each Device that END USER use with the Service. If END USER did not receive a 911 Sticker with your Device, or END USER require additional 911 Stickers, please contact our customer care department and ask for the sticker or you can print your sticker and place on the instrument.
Note: Test calls and non-emergency calls should not be
placed to 911 as per federal regulations. AleesVoip and their
providers impose a
$45.00 fee for non-emergency calls to 911.