Question about Panasonic Kx-tg9341t Cordless Phone Dock Dect6.0 Perfect Kx Tga931t Handset
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this depends on your service from your carrier. call forwarding is pretty much the standard now with phone service providors. they shoul dhave the codes you need to dial to do that ( such as *72 then the number) you may call them and ask
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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..
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
This has nothing to do with the make and model of phone which you have been using.
Call forwarding is a network dependent facility and depends upon who your landline phone service supplier is and also upon the particular contract which you're on so you'll need to ask the company who supply your landline service for details.
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
My manual for the dect 6.0 does not show a call forward section but our provider (frontier) says we have the cability. I am thinking the dect 6.0 phone itself does
not have the feature. We need a different phone.
Posted on Nov 02, 2011
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Figure out if your particular cell phone model has the option to forward incoming calls. You can do this by visiting your cell phone manufacturer's website or reading the manufacturer's manual that came along with the purchase.
Access the "Settings" menu on your cell phone and select "Phone Settings" menu.
Select the "Call Forwarding" option in the "Phone Settings menu. This option is usually found at the bottom of the "Phone Settings" menu. Selecting the "Call Forwarding" option gives you access to call-forwarding controls.
Switch on the "Call Forwarding" slider. The default position is off.
Insert the phone number you wish to forward your calls to in the "Forward To" field. This field most commonly lies below the "Call Forwarding" slider.
Exit the setup menu by pressing the home button. You may be asked to confirm/save the changed settings depending on your cell phone model.
Make a test phone call to the cell phone number on which you just enabled the call rerouting option. If the call is forwarded and received on the number you entered, it means that the "Call Forwarding" option has been activated.
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