Every so often I will make an outgoing call and sometime during the call my GE speakerphone will issue one beep. It might be at the beginning of a conversation or as late as a half hour or more into the conversation. I called my phone company and the rep said it was not related to my phone service, and checked my line. The batteries seem to be okay in this unit. Any idea what this could be?
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That's a pretty standard beep used when recording calls; it's there so the person who you're recording knows that the call is being monitored. Cellular phone manufacturers don't offer a setting to change that beep due to legal concerns.
Make sure your not around anything that can cause interference, like a microwave, radio, tv, computer, all these things have caused clicking on my phones and on the listeners end. If that isn't the problem then there is something wrong with your actual phone line and you need to contact your service provider for that fix. Hope i've helped!
to record voice memos, press the menu button, and select OFFICE->RECORDER. To record a conversation, choose RECORDER during a voice call. Both parties will hear a beep every 5 seconds while call is being recorded.
That beep means that you have another call coming in. If you want to take the other call you can tell your first caller to hold then push the hang up button one time and say hello. Now you will be speaking to caller number two. To return to caller one just push the hang up button a second time.