Callabyte brings crystal clear, affordable phone service through fiber to the home technology.
Unlimited local and long distance calling throughout the entire United States and Canada is included. Additional features of Caller ID, Three Way Calling, Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, Voicemail and 100 free minutes to each of the following countries is also available: Puerto Rico, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, U.S. Virgin Islands and Guam.
Other advanced residential and business services are available for an added cost. Contact us for details. Prices do not include applicable taxes, regulatory or local government franchise fees.
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In most cases, yes!
We have successfully ported numbers from several areas, carriers and prefixes. If you have a concern about a specific number, please contact our offices via phone at 573-826-2371 or email.
Your new phone number will be provided upon installation of your internet service, if phone service is purchased at the time of the initial Internet service activation.
Otherwise is will be provided when the phone service is activated.
You do not need a special phone to use our phone service.
Any analog phone designed to work with a normal phone service should work.
Download this guide for more information on Callabyte Telephone Service. Also keep in mind that our tech support is available 24/7 at 573-826-2371, option 3. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you are having an issue.
Phone - Residential
This is your monthly flat rate charge for basic telephone service, which includes unlimited local and long distance calling.
This fee is the city and county sales tax; rates vary by city/county.
FCC Regulatory Fee
By federal law, each year the FCC must collect through regulatory fees an amount equal to its congressional appropriation from providers and consumers of services for which the Commission has regulatory oversight, such as telephone service. The rate charged varies year to year, and the amounts collected are remitted to the FCC.
Missouri PSC Assessment Intrastate
This fee is authorized by the Missouri Public Service Commission and applicable to the intrastate portion of telephone services. Amounts collected are remitted to the Missouri Public Service Commission.
E911 Service Fee
This fee is authorized by state law and county voters to pay for the Enhanced 911 emergency dispatch systems used to locate callers reporting an emergency. The fee is applied in jurisdictions where county voters approved the E911 fee. In some jurisdictions, E911 emergency dispatch systems are funded as a component of sales tax.
This fee is authorized by state law and county voters pay for the Enhanced 911 emergency dispatch system used to locate callers reporting an emergency. The fee is applied in jurisdictions where county voters approved the E911 fee. In some jurisidictions, E911 emergency dispatch systems are funded as a component of sales tax.
Fed USF (Universal Service Fund)
This federally authorized fee is to provide funding to rural school districts, hospitals and libraries.
Missouri State Tax
This fee is the state sales tax.
Relay Missouri Assessment
This fee is authorized by state law and the Public Service Commission to fund the special telephone system that allows the hearing impaired to make and receive phone calls and the Adaptive Telephone Equipment Program that provides equipment for the hearing impaired to access the phone network.
City Franchise Tax
Authorized by ordinance in same municipalities, a franchise fee may be mandated as an additional charge on ordinary and typical utilities, such as telephone service. Historically, these fees have been used by the municipality to help offset costs specific to managing public rights-of-way. Not all cities impose this tax, and the applicable rate can vary from city to city.