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Old 12-05-2012, 06:38 PM
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Quote from ramyjane View Post :
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In case multiple handsets, only one call can be made/received at a time. You can transfer calls within handsets etc.
They only want one call! I Asked if they can use two handsets at once on the same call. You know back in the day when we all had phones with cords and Grandpa called and everyone in the family picked up a different phone in a different room so we could all talk to Grandpa in Florida at the same time like we were in the same room.

Quote from justwanna View Post :
I have this phone. Multiple handsets can be picked up to join and participate in a single call. You can disable this by turning the Call Sharing setting off (I bet your parents' phone has a similar setting).
Thanks for the tip, I will try that the next time I'm in town. I don't know if I can talk them through that over the phone. Repped.

Last edited by upallnight312; 12-05-2012 at 06:39 PM.. Reason: Automerged Doublepost