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Unable to use 3 way calling on my phone

(Topic created: 11-19-2019 06:12 AM)
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usernrAmvdOTa9
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The other day I tried to 3 way however it wouldn't connect or merge, when I had tmobile you just hit the merge button and it merged all the calls together. So the note 10 has no 3 way calling?

 

 

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LongHiker
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Each carrier has separate features so it is best to ask. 

 

Found this on the web "... you can merge Two calls on sprint if both wete outgoing calls or the first one was incoming then you add a call, outgoing call.

If you receive a call and during that call you received another call then the only option is to put one of them on hold. Also remember you can't disconnect one call. Att and Tmobile are different and can do that."

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LongHiker
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what carrier do you have now? Have you asked them if that feature is enabled? 

g7755725
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I think you have to do 3 way like the old days

Samsung_Jg53Ebv
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Hello

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usernrAmvdOTa9
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I have sprint

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usernrAmvdOTa9
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No I have not asked them if the feature is available because I didn't have to with tmobile.

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LongHiker
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Each carrier has separate features so it is best to ask. 

 

Found this on the web "... you can merge Two calls on sprint if both wete outgoing calls or the first one was incoming then you add a call, outgoing call.

If you receive a call and during that call you received another call then the only option is to put one of them on hold. Also remember you can't disconnect one call. Att and Tmobile are different and can do that."

Jeenus
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Long hiker has the correct answer it's a limitation, tmobile and at&t being pure GSM allows the ability to do it anyway

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