Set Up & Use TV Call Display

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With TV Call Display, you can see who’s calling without doing a thing, right from the comfort of your couch; when a call comes in, the contact name and number pops up on your TV screen. Then, you can decide whether you want to take the call or keep watching. Best of all, it’s free to existing Rogers Home Phone and Digital TV subscribers.



How to turn on your voicemail icon:


  1. Go to Channel 975.
  2. Press the down arrow on your remote and highlight Manage Voicemail Pop-up.
  3. Press the right arrow and highlight Pop-up Settings.
  4. Highlight the desired duration: Off (default), 10, 20 or 40 seconds.
  5. Press OK to save your choice.


How to turn off TV Call Display:


  1. Go to Channel 975.
  2. Highlight Manage Call Display Pop-up.
  3. Select Off from the list on your screen.
  4. Press OK to save your choice.


When someone calls, a banner displaying the call details appears at the bottom of your TV screen. The service is free when you subscribe to Rogers Digital TV and Rogers Home Phone with Call Display. Here’s how to get the most out of it.


(Note: These instructions apply to Ontario customers only.)


  1. Send a call directly to voice mail: Yikes, it’s a telemarketer! On your Rogers remote, press [A] (which is enclosed in a yellow triangle) to send a call directly to voicemail. (A subscription to Rogers Home Phone Voicemail is required.) The phone will stop ringing almost immediately.
  2. Quickly close the pop-up banner: OK, you’ve seen who’s calling. Now you want the banner off your screen. Simply press the circular grey Exit button (located near the red “C” button). If you don’t press it, the banner will stay on screen for 20 seconds (default setting).
  3. Temporarily turn off TV Call Display pop-up: Watching a show or sports event and don’t want the TV Call Display banner to appear? Press the Blue “B” button on your Rogers remote to temporarily turn off the pop-up. The default snooze time is two hours. While the pop-up is on the screen, press the Red “C” buttonto access the Settings menu and customize the settings.
  4. Turn off TV Call Display pop-up: Go to Channel 975 and highlight Manage Call Display Pop-Up, then select Do
    Not Display Pop-Up from the list.


TIP: Tune into Channel 975 to customize your TV Call Display features to suit your needs. You can view recent call logs, change how long the pop-up banner appears on your screen when you receive a call or turn on the New Voicemail pop-up.

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