While on a call, a 2nd call comes in and the phone automatically switches to the incoming call. The person I am talking to goes on hold, without them noticing, and I am immediately talking to the new caller. I can flash back to the original call.
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Some Panasonic cordless phones come with up to five handsets each will need to be properly adjusted. You may need to set the main handset to synchronize with the base unit plugged into the telephone wall jack and assign special configuration numbers to the other handsets in order to properly identify each one within a specified location. One handset left in the turned on mode may make it impossible to place calls with the any of the other handsets. This will continue until either the battery dies or fails on the handset or the phone is switched off and replaced in its charger for charging again. Synchronize the main handset by pressing the MENU button on the handset, then pressing the down button IN order to select the number you wish to assign to that handset. Repeating this process if you have already done so will greatly decrease the level of errors experienced with panasonic phones.
This is not possible, the call waiting tone indicates another call on the line in use which can be accessed by pressing flash, which places the first call on hold, both calls cannot be connected at the same time.
You have set automatic call diversion to your 'message bank' or answering service when your line is busy for a preset time which may allow you to pick up this second call. Unless you know the prodecures to change your telephone line options (which may be on the internet or via telephone key pad sequences), talk to your friendly telephone company help desk and ask them to reset your default to what you wish to do. Hope it helps!
Adding call waiting as a feature to your telephone can help you take
calls that you are waiting for without having to stay off the phone
until that important call comes in. With call waiting, you get a beep
when you are on another call to let you know that another call is
coming in. If you want to take the call, you follow the simple steps
outlined in this article.
call waiting from your phone provider if you do not already have it.
Cal waiting works best with caller ID features that give you the phone
number and name of the person calling you. Phone numbers that have
blocked numbers or use *67 to mask their caller ID will not show up on
a call when your phone rings. While you are talking on the phone and
hear a beep, you are receiving another phone call. Using your caller ID
function, whether it's on your answering machine or on your handset for
the telephone, see who is calling you. If you want to talk to them,
quickly press your "talk" button to put the other call on hold or
disconnect. Press "talk" again to take the incoming call.
the other phone call if you do not want to terminate the call you are
on. The new call coming in may go to your answering machine. Or if you
have the call back feature on your telephone, you can simply call *69.
Your phone will dial the number of the person whose call you just
call waiting as politely as you can. You might tell someone who you are
talking to that you are expecting an important call and may have to
terminate the call abruptly. Call waiting calls should be answered as
quickly as you can. After four rings, most phone calls go right to the
machine or people hang up. Promise to call your first caller back if
you have to interrupt the call
Thanks for the opportunity to help with your problem. If you also have voice mail through your phone service provider, it's possible that while you are on the phone, the incoming call is "waiting" (meaning you are hearing a beep while you are still talking assuming you have call waiting). If you don't pick up the incoming call, your caller will hear your "voice mail" message and leave a message. However, your answering machine will not indicate that you have a message.
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