Diverting calls, More than one call

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Calling
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Select where your voice answering 
is to be activated.
To answer a call using voice 
commands
Say “Answer”.
To reject a call using voice commands
Say “Busy”.
Diverting calls
You can divert calls, for example, to 
an answering service.
Divert call options
Standard options are:
Divert always
 – divert all your calls
When busy
 – if a call is ongoing
Not reachable
 – if turned off or 
unreachable
No reply
 – if not answered 
in a specified time
To divert calls
1
From standby select 
Menu
 > 
Settings
 
> the 
Calls
 tab > 
Divert calls
.
2
Scroll to a call type and divert option 
and select 
Activate
.
3
Enter the number to divert calls to and 
select 
OK
.
More than one call
You can handle more than one call at 
the same time. For example, you can 
put an ongoing call on hold, while you 
make or answer a second call. You 
can also switch between the two calls. 
You cannot answer a third call without 
ending one of the first two calls.
Call waiting
When call waiting is used, you hear 
a beep if you receive a second call.
To activate call waiting 
From standby select 
Menu
 > 
Settings
 
> the 
Calls
 tab > 
Manage calls
 > 
Call 
waiting
 > 
Activate
.
To make a second call
1
During the call, select 
More
 > 
Hold
This puts the ongoing call on hold.
2
Enter the number to call and select 
More
 > 
Call
.
To answer a second call
During the call, select 
Answer
. This 
puts the ongoing call on hold.
When 
Restrict calls
 is used, some 
divert call options are not available. 
See Restricted dialling on page 33.