In the past, dialing “0” on a landline phone would typically connect you to an operator who could assist with making a phone call or answering questions about phone services. However, the process for accessing operator assistance has changed with the increasing use of automated phone systems and the Internet.
Today, the process for accessing operator assistance may vary depending on the specific phone service provider and your phone type. Some phone providers may still offer operator assistance when you dial “0.” In contrast, others may have a different process for accessing operator assistance, such as dialing a different number or using an automated phone menu.
Suppose you need assistance making a phone call or have questions about your phone service. In that case, it is a good idea to consult your phone service provider or check their website for information on accessing operator assistance or other customer support services.