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I forwarded the calls on my Uniden phone to my cell phone by dialing *72. The problem is I don't know how to unforward them and I don't have the manual. Help!

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Should be *73

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How do I forward calls and then unforward?


Call forwarding is not a feature of the cordless phone, it is done by the telephone company the CS6829 base is connected to. Contact the provider of your telephone service to see if it is available and
have them set you up. For example, with Verizon Cellular Home Phone Service, we have a CS6829 base connected to the Verizon
Service box: to forward incoming calls to another number we just
enter (dial) *72 and the number to be forwarded to and listen for
a 'beep beep beep' confirmation signal, then hangup. To stop the call forwarding we enter (dial) *73 and listen for the 'beep beep beep', then hangup. For your service, the steps may be different !!! Good luck.

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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.

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To set call forwarding for all call dail *72 then after the beeps enter the number to be forwarded too. To reset it back dial *73 when it is no longer wanted.

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Normally it's *72 to forward calls and *73 to cancel. If that doesn't work, contact your telephone company for their instructions regarding call forwarding.

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How do you forward your calls from a Kyocera jax to another cell phone?


Here is the information that I found for you, if you need better instructions, you should probably contact your cell provider. However, this should be all you need:

To forward dial *72# ***-***-XXXX (the number you want to forward to) send.

To unforward *720# send.

After you dial, press send and you should hear two short beeps. You can then hang up and you should be set.

Thanks and good luck!!
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by transfer calls, do you mean call forwarding?

On most phones, a *72 then the number you want to forward to (xxx) xxx-xxxx. then talk (or send)

To unforward, usually *720. (then talk or send)

Additional cost per minute usually apply to forwarded calls.

Unless that is not what you meant.

Good luck. Don't forget to vote.

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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

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When we hit *72 the phones automatically go to an answering service (previous employee left and we don't know how it is done) and we no longer have that service so our phones don't forward anywhere. How...


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).

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  1. To remove a number while listening to your list: Dial 07 as you hear the number, or right after hearing it.
  2. To remove a number when you are not listening to your list: Press *. Dial the number, then press *.

  3. Repeat for each number you're removing.
  4. Hang up.

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dial * 720 then hit the talk button. you will hear beeps confirming call forwarding is off. to call forward you dial *72 talk.

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