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Forwarding on conditional, means that calls can be forwarded to a different number (or voicemail) on certain conditions.
These could be, unanswered, unobtainable or busy.

Normally you would have this set to forward to voicemail if you are unreachable, or unanswered.
But you can forward ALL calls to a different number if you wish.
Please note that different phone providers can charge for this feature.
i.e. forwarding a call to your home number, they may charge you for forwarding.

Posted on May 12, 2014

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