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Depends on the phone system or service you are using. On a regular land-line you can do a 3-way call (if you have this option available to you through your service provider). To do this: 1. Call the first party. 2. Once the caller is on the line ask them to hold while to connect with the 2nd party. 3. Flash to dial tone. There may be a flash button on your phone or you may just press talk. In any case you should hear a quick "beep..beep..beep" then dial tone. 4. Now you can dial the 2nd party and click the flash (or talk) again to return to the 1st party and you both should hear the phone ringing for the 2nd party.
There's hundreds, if not thousands, of different phones, phone systems, and provider combinations that have different procedures for making conference calls. This is probably the most basic way. Hope this helps
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while on a call, press the talk button you will now hear a dial tone or just silence dial the number to the 3rd party at this time. after the 3rd party has answered press the menu button and select 3way/ conference.
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Lol, i love your solution, but anyway, the cause of the problem isn't simple. First of all, if the phone has always been this way then it is a manufacturing problem. However, if it is of recently that the problem occurs, then a circuit blew in the phone. To prevent this from happening when you get a new phone, keep it cool because heat causes the circuits to be on the fritz.