Family has two (2) of these phones (1 black, 1 red). Both phones seem to cause the person being called to hear a loud (relayed to us as "earsplitting") noise (kind of like an old microwave oven metallic squeal). This can happen upwards of 8-10 minutes into a call, then happens periodically thereafter. (Our son won't even talk to us anymore on either of the phones, will "use" his minutes and call us back on our landline instead.) AT&T has not been able to resolve, is going to replace one of the phones (had insurance in the package) but not the other. Not happy with this development. Have liked the phone otherwise.
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So you are saying that you are experiencing this to a one specific person only? If so, then you don't have to worry, your Cellphone is just fine. I would say that the problem is that the person that you are calling with.
After you call the first person press the shift button or green phone button on your phone. You will hear a dial tone to dial the other persons number.After you dial the number press the shift or green phone button again to bring you back to the first person you called. You should still hear the phone dialing the other person and when they answer you will have a 3 way call.
Friend you need to change your speaker if faulty but try to tighten the
casing firs to aovid dis contact because when lossing contact may cause
the same problem.check also your casing if not to tight.cause it may
cause disconnection of the speaker to the board.good luck