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Phone numbers How do I program a pause after an entered number to dial an extension?

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  • g-turner Aug 22, 2008

    Thanks for the quick response...gosh I hate feeling so dumb:)

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Hi gt,

Just enter the letter p, which will pause.

HTH, ;-)

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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yes you can on most cell phones. try using pressing and holding the * key for a moment and it should put a comma(or a P) after the last # (this is a 1-2 second pause), then just key in the next numbers you want. (if you need more time between numbers, just insert more Pauses.)

i.e. 18005551212,1,12223334444
this would make it dial 18005551212 then wait 2 seconds,
then dial 1(to leave a callback number), wait 2 seconds,
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ou can save up to 8 phone numbers in your speed dial book. The speed dial keys go from 2 to 9. When you place a call, our system prompts you to "enter the phone number you wish to dial". You just press the appropriate speed dial key followed by the pound sign (#) and your call goes through. No long numbers to enter any more!

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The guide doesn't indicate this as there is no other way to do so.
You could always I guess program in and put the 800# & Digit, under a "Speed Dial" key, then at least one would only have to enter the 10 digit PIN number, after pressing the speed dial.

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Adding Phonebook Entries
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Dialing speedial 1 does not access my voiemail even tho it says it is dialing it a greeting comes on asking for an access code. the nly way to get voicemail is dialing manually and the icon onscreen does...


OK, usually one cannot use the speed dial feature unless you insert, pauses in the number, IE: you must add 1 second, "Pauses", after and before the number you dial... also you can then add, your access code too, well theoretically anyway..
So, you pause, for 1 sec, then dial the number, pause for 2 - 3, 4, maybe 5 seconds, seconds, then enter your access code and Enter code.
This should then be able you to then speed dial and connect and enter your PIN, all at the same time, if your PIN isn't recognized, try adding more pauses before entering.
If NONE of it works, then you simply have a network/phone that will not do it.

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1) From the Home screen, go to Start > Contacts

2) Select the desired phone number

3) Press the Menu soft key and select Edit.

4) Use the Left or Right navigation key to place the cursor at the place where the pause needs to be added.

5) Press the Menu soft key and select Insert Pause to add a two-second pause. The letter ‘p‘ will appear where the pause has been set.

6) Use the keypad to enter any additional numbers if desired.

Tip: You can create pauses longer than two seconds by entering multiple pauses.

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