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Old 06-07-2006, 11:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I did a search but could find nothing on this. I know that on a blackberry that you can join or conference two calls. Is there a way to join the calls and then drop out of the call without disconnecting the other callers. Essentially it would be like a call transfer. I am in a heavy customer service industry and it would be way better to tell a customer that I can connect them to who they need to talk to as opposed to giving them another number that they need to dial.
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I was hoping this would be the placed to help me.
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Check out this thread:
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Thank you. The thread you mentioned only covers conference calling. I know you can do that on a Blackberry, my question was about doing a 3-way call and then dropping out of the call without disconnecting the other parties. Kinda like a call transfer.
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hey, PIN me and i shall tell u ..its kinda tricky tryning to explain it all at once in a forum...lol
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I know at my current job we have voip and I forward my calls to my blackberry and I can control all my calls via the cisco phone with no problem I'm not sure if that answers your question but ya :p
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