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Question on pressing Send during a call

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Paul J. Lucas, Sep 6, 2003.

  1. If I'm in a call and I press Send and there is no call-waiting
    call pending, what should happen?

    At least for the Kyocera 7135, one gets a set of beep/boop tones
    repeated about 4 times (probably with the intended meaning of,
    "Hey, there is no other call, silly!"

    But is it the responsibility of the phone to decide whether to
    transmit Send to the carrier (in which case I would consider
    that the 7135 should simply ignore any press of Send when there
    is no call-waiting call pending), or are phones supposed to
    transmit whatever keypresses are made, including Send, to the
    carrier immediately?

    - Paul
     



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  2. If you press "send" during a call, shouldn't that start a three-way-call?
    After the series of tones you would dial the other number and then press
    send again and the three callers should be connected.

    David R. Goyer
    "Paul J. Lucas" <pjl.removethis@removethistoo.mac.com> wrote in message
    news:itn6b.10197$cj1.3676@newssvr29.news.prodigy.com...
    > If I'm in a call and I press Send and there is no call-waiting
    > call pending, what should happen?
    >
    > At least for the Kyocera 7135, one gets a set of beep/boop tones
    > repeated about 4 times (probably with the intended meaning of,
    > "Hey, there is no other call, silly!"
    >
    > But is it the responsibility of the phone to decide whether to
    > transmit Send to the carrier (in which case I would consider
    > that the 7135 should simply ignore any press of Send when there
    > is no call-waiting call pending), or are phones supposed to
    > transmit whatever keypresses are made, including Send, to the
    > carrier immediately?
    >
    > - Paul
     
  3. p lane

    p lane Guest

    I may be misunderstanding your question, but in my particular area, if
    your first call is connected, you then need to dial the next number,
    then press send, after the 2nd party phone begins to ring or afterward,
    pressing the send again will connnect all three. Each carriers and I am
    sure area of service is slightly different--with my sprint phone,
    call-in progress, the press send, hear a dial tone, press send again,
    wait till 2nd party answers, then press send again--with Sprint there is
    are at least two other ways to do this, thru the menus with my
    4900---confused--I am with sprint, verizon is pretty easy

    "David R Goyer" <dgoyer681@comcast.net> wrote in article
    <gdc7b.395638$YN5.262727@sccrnsc01>:
    > If you press "send" during a call, shouldn't that start a three-way-call?
    > After the series of tones you would dial the other number and then press
    > send again and the three callers should be connected.
    >
    > David R. Goyer
    > "Paul J. Lucas" <pjl.removethis@removethistoo.mac.com> wrote in message
    > news:itn6b.10197$cj1.3676@newssvr29.news.prodigy.com...
    > > If I'm in a call and I press Send and there is no call-waiting
    > > call pending, what should happen?
    > >
    > > At least for the Kyocera 7135, one gets a set of beep/boop tones
    > > repeated about 4 times (probably with the intended meaning of,
    > > "Hey, there is no other call, silly!"
    > >
    > > But is it the responsibility of the phone to decide whether to
    > > transmit Send to the carrier (in which case I would consider
    > > that the 7135 should simply ignore any press of Send when there
    > > is no call-waiting call pending), or are phones supposed to
    > > transmit whatever keypresses are made, including Send, to the
    > > carrier immediately?
    > >
    > > - Paul

    >
    >


    [posted via phonescoop.com]
     
  4. David R Goyer <dgoyer681@comcast.net> wrote:
    > If you press "send" during a call, shouldn't that start a three-way-call?


    No.

    - Paul
     

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