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Old 05-02-2005, 12:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I own a 7100t and am looking to be able to forward my cell phone calls to my home phone when I'm phone. I can't find this feature on the 7100t. Can anyone help me out on this issue?
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Old 05-02-2005, 12:26 PM   #2 (permalink)
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On my 7100g, go into the phone app, click the thumbwheel and choose options. One of them listed will be call forwarding.
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Thank you very much!!
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How does doing this affect the minutes in my voice plan?
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Arrow How do you get the plus sign in front of the number?

I do insert it with the symbol and it appears correct, but then when I save it, it strips off the plus sign. Cingular tells me I need it and the network rejects a number without it. (Note, I have a 7100g) Thanks in advance. Koset
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Default Regarding forwarding minutes

Oh yes, to the best of my knowledge Cingular charges some outrageous amount like 20c per minute for any forwarded calls. However, I can't recall the exact amount. I got stung by that once. Now I'm just trying to restore the original number so it will go to my voicemail again!
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Hi guys,

I have a user who has a 7100G and he can forward to mobile phones with no problems, but not landlines. I called the Blackberry support team and they had no ideas. Just wanna know if you guys have come across anything like this and if you have a solution.

The forwarding is in Australia so for mobiles it is +614xxxxxxxx and landlines 6129xxxxxxx (I put the + symbol for the landlines and it removed it after I saved the number)
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