Question about Samsung SGH-D600 Cellular Phone
Yes u can, this feature needs to be enabled on your network provider.. [here in uk, on a normal contact t-mobile, u can make a call put it on hold make another, but not conference it in - unles you specifically ask for the feature to enabled on your line.]
So call up up network provider and ask them if this is can be done on your line
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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I believe that if you reach a busy signal, you can hang up. The conference should ring you back and the rest of the conference will be there.
Here's what the documentation shows from within the help of a 3300 ICP/MCD...
a 5303 is to be treated just like a 2500 series set...
2500, 5302 IP
Phone, SUPERSET 401, SUPERSET 401+, and SUPERSET 4001
To form a Conference when a two-party call is already in place, or
to add another party to an existing Conference:
Press Flash or flash the
Dial the number of the next party.
Wait for an answer.
Press Flash or Flash the
Dial the Conference Call Feature Access Code.
To Leave a Conference:
To split a Conference and speak privately with the original
Flash the switchhook.
Dial the Conference Call Split Feature Access
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