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Info 3 Way Calling on Verizon

Discussion in 'General Verizon Service' started by jdeg, May 4, 2009.

  1. jdeg

    jdeg Administrator Staff Member

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    3-way calling is a feature that is enabled by default on your wireless line. The only way it wouldn't work is if someone specifically requested that it be deactivated. You will be billed for airtime based on the time you are connected to each phone. Long distance may apply as well if you have a calling plan with certain restrictions.

    Here's how to do it:
    1. While already on the phone with the first caller, dial the 10-digit number of the second caller.
    2. Press SEND; the first caller is put on hold automatically while the call is made.
    3. When the second caller answers, press SEND to create the conference call.
    4. If the second caller does not answer, press the SEND key twice to end the connection and go back to the first caller.
    5. To end both conversations completely, press the END key.

    Note: If you are traveling and these instructions don't work, or if you are in OH, MI, MN, SD or Southern IL, you will need to press SEND before dialing the number of the second caller.

    via: Calling Features: 3-Way Calling
     



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  2. strawberrikiss

    strawberrikiss New Member

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    I live in Ohio, and I used to have to press the send button first, but now I have to dial the number first.


    Also, my friend who has tmobile is able to be on a call with one person, and if someone else calls her on call waiting, she can link the 2 calls together without hanging up on either of them. How would I go about doing that??
     
  3. Draxxx

    Draxxx New Member

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    Awesome Thanks
     
  4. TheWorldsFake

    TheWorldsFake New Member

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    Cool thanks! I was also wondering how to go from one call to the other, very helpful
     
  5. gss6h

    gss6h New Member

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    cant wait to try this out... all i need is two friends who want to talk to me at the same time...
     
  6. jupawa

    jupawa New Member

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    Sweet, thanks for this sticky!
     
  7. sasukeanarchy

    sasukeanarchy New Member

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    thanks

    ahh just tried it it messed up on my phone D:
     
    Last edited: Oct 24, 2009
  8. Dakotasrose

    Dakotasrose New Member

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    Thanks for the info
     
  9. Gflo

    Gflo New Member

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    So thats how it works, makes me wonder why its different in different states.
     
  10. Stevesuhweet

    Stevesuhweet New Member

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    thank you
     
  11. vfzaman

    vfzaman New Member

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    I've used 3 way calling for years in NY with Verizon Wireless. Always had to push send and then dial the second # putting the first person i called on hold, then hit send again after the second person I call answers, in order to bring the original person I called into the 3 way call.
     
  12. ericwkratzer

    ericwkratzer New Member

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    ...complicated...just wait until you have an iPhone on Verizon - it makes this process much simpler (and more fun)
     
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  13. gamerhenry

    gamerhenry New Member

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    Well that's good to know. Thanks.
     
  14. Zeymus

    Zeymus New Member

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    Wow, thanks. I've always wanted to know how to do that.
     
  15. emitchell233

    emitchell233 New Member

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    Wow, awesome! had no clue how to do this! Thanks!
     
  16. jaellz

    jaellz New Member

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    Thanks good stuff
     
  17. lteeverywhere

    lteeverywhere New Member

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    i have a nokia phone 5310 ..is this feature is working on that mobile...please let me know about this....???? but is is a infomatic post who has verizon mobile.
     
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2012
  18. jjcelldog28

    jjcelldog28 New Member

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    very cool feature
     
  19. Elsie

    Elsie New Member

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    I don't know how long I've had a cell phone for, maybe ten years now, but I had no clue you could do three-way calling with them. I thought those days ended when we disconnected our landline!
     
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    Does it matter what type of phone you have? I wish I had known this sooner! Now I can call and speak to both of my kids at the same time. I thought I would have had to pay extra to do that.
     

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