Dial the last five digits of the telephone number from internal phone exchanges: 353, 355, 432 or 884 telephone numbers.
Effective on October 2017, users of the AT&T Legacy Centrex analog phone service will need to dial 8 + the full 7-digit number to reach on-campus numbers that they previously were able to reach with 5 digits.
- Phone Numbers with a first digit of 2 will need to be dialed as 8-432-xxxx. For example, 2-1234 will need to be dialed as 8-432-1234
- Phone Numbers with a first digit of 3 will need to be dialed as 8-353-xxxx. For example, 3-1234 will need to be dialed as 8-353-1234
- Phone Numbers with a first digit of 4 will need to be dialed as 8-884-xxxx. For example, 4-1234 will need to be dialed as 8-884-1234
- Phone Numbers with a first digit of 5 will need to be dialed as 8-353-xxxx. For example, 5-1234 will need to be dialed as 8-355-1234
Users affected by this will hear the message “You have reached a non-working number at Michigan State University” when they dial 5-digit numbers.
Note: Departments are charged for long-distance charges.
Dial 8, then the seven-digit telephone number. Includes East Lansing, Lansing, Bath, Dewitt, Dimondale, Eaton Rapids, Grand Ledge, Holt, Laingsburg, Mason, Perry, Potterville, Shaftsburg, Wacousta and Williamston.
Dial 8 + 1 + (area code) + (seven-digit telephone number) for continental US and Canada
Dial 8 + (international access code) + (country code) + (city code) + (local telephone number)
Use International dialing code online directory to search for country codes for long-distance dialing.
Dial 8 + 1 + (800/866/877/888) + (seven-digit telephone number)
Personal long-distance calls
Personal long-distance calls should not be placed from campus phone numbers without approval.