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Old 07-08-2005, 08:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Every time I make a call my BB says
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I think it means incoming calls will go to voicemail while you are in the midst of your call.
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yep. while your phone is ringing someone else, it will send any incoming calls to your voicemail rather than return a busy signal to the caller.
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you also can use your foward minutes to forward your number to another number. TMobile told me I can set a forwarding number. So if you had a landline and wanted all your calls to your cell to get forwarded to your landline, you can set it up. With my plan I get 500 forwardable minutes.. I have never tried this though...
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you also can use your foward minutes to forward your number to another number. TMobile told me I can set a forwarding number. So if you had a landline and wanted all your calls to your cell to get forwarded to your landline, you can set it up. With my plan I get 500 forwardable minutes.. I have never tried this though...
I have used this feature a lot and it works great.
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yep. while your phone is ringing someone else, it will send any incoming calls to your voicemail rather than return a busy signal to the caller.
Does it have to tell me this EVERY time? I'm content that it's telling the truth.

Is there any way to get rid of that message?
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