We have listed below Bygone telephone feature crossword clue answers based on our database. This clue was last seen on March 28 2023 in the NYT crossword puzzle.
|Bygone telephone feature||DIAL||4 letters|
We update our website regularly with the latest clues, so whenever we find a new solution, we add it to the answers box below including length and definition.
Crossword Answer for Bygone telephone feature
Bygone telephone feature NYT crossword clue answer with 4 letters is:
Why this answer? Meaning: DIAL stands for Direct Inward Access Line. It is a feature used to give users access to an external telephone system, such as a private branch exchange, from a regular phone line. It allows users to make and receive calls without a switchboard operator.
Other solutions or synonyms
Are you looking for a different answer? If you are playing another crossword puzzle game (not NYT), other (less) possible solutions to Bygone telephone feature crossword or DIAL synonyms are: Rotary (35%), Pulse (30%), Dialer (30%), Ring (25%), Tone (15%)
For additional solutions to the NYT clues, be sure to visit our website. You can check our daily article for all NYT Crossword Answers March 28 2023 or browse the previous answers using the tool on the sidebar.
I’m a crossword creator and solver based in New Jersey. When I’m not working on puzzles, I enjoy spending time with my dog Rogan and my wife Jane, as well as reading books and binge-watching Netflix series. I have a particular passion for solving New York Times crosswords and often post my solutions on my website for other enthusiasts to enjoy.