Version Comparison

The second generation Caller ID with Ring Controller is now available. Highlights include: longer Reject Caller list, works with VoIP, able to block whole area codes, customizable nicknames and new universally compatible display.

  First Generation Second Generation (New!)
Compatibility Works with traditional phone service from phone companies Works with traditional phone service and also with Voice over IP (VoIP) systems like Vonage and Skype
Database List A: Important numbers – Friends and Family List A: stores 100 numbers and names List A: stores 100 numbers and names
Database List B: Normal numbers - Acquaintances List B: stores 150 numbers and names List B: stores 100 numbers and names
Database List R: Reject numbers – Anyone you don’t want to hear from List R: stores 20 numbers and names List R: stores 70 numbers and names
Wildcard functions Only last 4 digits can be wildcards Last 7 or 8 digits can be wildcards; allows addition of an entire area code to any list
Manual Keyed Input Only phone numbers can be manually entered, the display shows only the incoming name from the phone company Both phone numbers and names or nicknames can be manually entered. The incoming name from the phone company still displays if no name is manually entered. Allows users to add nicknames or identifiers, e.g. “Grandma”.
Number Display Old display showed only 10 digits (ex. 555-555-5555) Universal display shows any phone number from 5 to 14 digits to work with international or VoIP numbers