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    Call Forwarding


    GSM supports four different types of Call Forwarding or Call Diversion. These are:

    1. Forward all calls
    Unconditionally forwards all calls made to your phone to another location, such as another phone number or voice mail. This setting, if activated, overrides all other types of conditional forwarding mentioned below. 
    2.Forward if busy/engaged
    Forwards calls to another location if you are using your phone and you have either disabled call waiting or if you are in the process of making an outgoing call. 
    3.Forward if no answer
    Will forward calls to another location if the call is not answered after a set period of time. 
    4.Forward if unreachable
    Forwards calls to another location if the handset is off or outside a service area. 

    The table below gives the call forwarding codes.

    FeatureAll CallsVoice CallsData CallsFax CallsLine 2 Calls
    Forward all
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *21*[dest]#
    #21#
    *21#
    ##21#
    *#21#

    *21*[dest]*11#
    #21*11#
    *21*11#
    ##21*11#
    *#21*11#

    *21*[dest]*25#
    #21*25#
    *21*25#
    ##21*25#
    *#21*25#

    *21*[dest]*13#
    #21*13#
    *21*13#
    ##21*13#
    *#21*13#

    *21*[dest]*89#
    #21*89#
    *21*89#
    ##21*89#
    *#21*89#
    If busy
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *67*[dest]#
    #67#
    *67#
    ##67#
    *#67#

    *67*[dest]*11#
    #67*11#
    *67*11#
    ##67*11#
    *#67*11#

    *67*[dest]*25#
    #67*25#
    *67*25#
    ##67*25#
    *#67*25#

    *67*[dest]*13#
    #67*13#
    *67*13#
    ##67*13#
    *#67*13#

    *67*[dest]*89#
    #67*89#
    *67*89#
    ##67*89#
    *#67*89#
    If no answer
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *61*[dest]*[sec]#
    #61#
    *61#
    ##61#
    *#61#

    *61*[dest]*11*[sec]#
    #61*11#
    *61*11#
    ##61*11#
    *#61*11#

    *61*[dest]*25*[sec]#
    #61*25#
    *61*25#
    ##61*25#
    *#61*25#

    *61*[dest]*13*[sec]#
    #61*13#
    *61*13#
    ##61*13#
    *#61*13#

    *61*[dest]*89*[sec]#
    #61*89#
    *61*89#
    ##61*89#
    *#61*89#
    If unreachable
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *62*[dest]#
    #62#
    *62#
    ##62#
    *#62#

    *62*[dest]*11#
    #62*11#
    *62*11#
    ##62*11#
    *#62*11#

    *62*[dest]*25#
    #62*25#
    *62*25#
    ##62*25#
    *#62*25#

    *62*[dest]*13#
    #62*13#
    *62*13#
    ##62*13#
    *#62*13#

    *62*[dest]*89#
    #62*89#
    *62*89#
    ##62*89#
    *#62*89#
    All 4
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *002*[dest]#
    #002#
    *002#
    ##002#
    *#002#

    *002*[dest]*11#
    #002*11#
    *002*11#
    ##002*11#
    *#002*11#

    *002*[dest]*25#
    #002*25#
    *002*25#
    ##002*25#
    *#002*25#

    *002*[dest]*13#
    #002*13#
    *002*13#
    ##002*13#
    *#002*13#

    *002*[dest]*89#
    #002*89#
    *002*89#
    ##002*89#
    *#002*89#
    All conditionals
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *004*[dest]#
    #004#
    *004#
    ##004#
    *#004#

    *004*[dest]*11#
    #004*11#
    *004*11#
    ##004*11#
    *#004*11#

    *004*[dest]*25#
    #004*25#
    *004*25#
    ##004*25#
    *#004*25#

    *004*[dest]*13#
    #004*13#
    *004*13#
    ##004*13#
    *#004*13#

    *004*[dest]*89#
    #004*89#
    *004*89#
    ##004*89#
    *#004*89#

    Call Waiting:

    Activate: *43#
    Cancel: #43#
    Status: *#43#

     Caller ID / Call Display


    If you wish to either show or hide your phone number on outgoing calls then you may either set this on your phone's menu or manually enter the code before dialing. These codes will override whatever menu setting you have on a per-call basis. 

    Do not display: #31#[phone number]
    Display: *31#[phone number]
    Status: *#31# 

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    North American GSM service providers also support the landline codes for this feature (these also work on CDMA and iDEN phones):
    Do not display: *67[phone number]
    Display: *82[phone number]

     There are also codes to show or prevent incoming numbers from being shown on your handset if you subscribe to this feature. I'm not too sure why you'd want to do this, but just in case you do: 

    Do not display: #30#
    Display: *30#
    Status: *#30#

     Call Barring


    If you wish to restrict calls that can be made or received by your handset then this is referred to as "Call Barring". All Call Barring codes are specific to your network, so you'll have to ask your service provider what [code] to enter below: 

    FeatureAllOutgoingIncomingOutgoing
    International
    Outgoing Intl
    except home
    country
    Incoming outside
    home country
    Activate:
    Cancel:
    Status:
    **330*[code]#
    ##330*[code]#
    *#330#
    **333*[code]#
    ##333*[code]#
    *#333#
    **35*[code]#
    ##35*[code]#
    *#35#
    **331*[code]#
    ##331*[code]#
    *#331#
    **332*[code]#
    ##332*[code]#
    *#332#
    **351*[code]#
    ##351*[code]#
    *#351#
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