I dialed *72 plus my cell number to forward my house calls to my cell phone. I was told to enter #72 to remove the call forwarding feature. That is not the correct code. Please help to remove call forwarding.
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On the Land line phone, dial *72 then you should hear the dial tone again. Enter the 10 digit cell phone number that you want the land line call to go to, hang the phone back up.
*73 will set the calls back to the land line when you no longer need the calls forwarded to the cell phone.
If the featured is enabled at the phone company, grab the main line, enter call forward code (maybe *72), get stutter tone, dial your cell number, hang up. In the morning cancel forwarding, access main line, dial cancel code ( maybe *73), hang up.
Call forwarding is a service provided by your telephone company, and the procedure varies from company to company. With many companies, you dial *72 then at the second dial tone dial the number to which you want calls forwarded. That phone must then answer to confirm the forwarding. Dial *73 on the landline to cancel call forwarding when you return to the office.
If the above procedure doesn't work, contact your telephone company for their instructions regarding call forwarding.
to forward the calls from your landline to your mobile, you have to use a certain code then enter your mobile number. For example, to forward the phone calls from my house line to my mobile, I hear the dial tone then press *72 then my cell number. To cancel this I must enter *73. So it really doesn't matter what type of landline phone you use. I don't know where you live and what the code may be, but you can try it. You can always call your phone provider and ask for the code.
Here is a link that will help. Good luck http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_forwarding
I believe your landline carrier just needs to have the capability of call forwarding (ie we utilize Verizon for our business). We also use the call forward feature by: picking up line, (hear dial tone) dial *72 [ then phone number you want calls to forward to, even a cell]. To discontinue: pick up line (hear dial tone) dial *73
The Nortel call forwarding (feature 4) is for forwarding the ringing and intercom from one extension to another.ex. if you were going to be working in the conference rm. instead of at your desk,with the forward on to the conference rm. extension, the calls you get at your desk will transfer to the conference rm. phone. Call forwarding through your service provider is done by accessing the telephone line you wish to forward, dial *72 (you should get dialtone reordered)and dial the telephone number to where you want the calls to be forwarded to. the party on where your forwarding the line to has to answer the line for the forward to take place. to remove call forwarding , access the line you have the forward on and dial * 73, you should recieve a stuttered dialtone for confirmation that the service is off
to forward calls...go to your phone service providers website and help section for complete instructions... with most companies simply pick up the phone... wait for dial tone... press *72 wait for 2 beeps and enter the number (area code first) that you would like it to forward to...once you enter the number wait for the line to ring... once it rings and is answered you are all set! if it doesnt ring or is in use.. try again within two minutes...you should hear two short rings if it is activated... to deactivate call forwarding... pick up the phone (in the office) wait for dial tone and dial *73 or #73 you will hear two short beeps... it is then off..
sounds more like an external call forwarding(*72), my guess is that its on a one touch speed dial button. you can either dial the call forwarding manually by pressing the line you wish to forward dialing *72 then the number you wish to transfer to or you can re-program the one touch button by pressing feature 00 pressing the button you want to program and entering the new call forwarding number (i.e. *72 hold 123-4567 *the hold key is a pause).