Three-Way Calling

Three-Way Calling allows you to add a third-party to an existing conversation.

To add a third party:
1. Press the switch-hook or flash button for a half-second. This puts the caller on hold. Listen for a stuttered tone.

3. When the third party answers, bring your first caller back by quickly pressing the switch-hook or flash button once. Your three-way connection is established.

Note: If you get a busy signal or no answer when calling your third party, briefly press the switch-hook or flash button once. This will stop the call and reconnect you with your first caller. If the busy or ringing signal continues, press the switch-hook or flash button again. If you use Three-Way Calling to connect to a long distance number, you will be charged appropriate long distance rates.

To disconnect:
1. Hang up. This breaks the three-way connection. The other two parties will receive a dial tone. If the third party hangs up, you can continue talking with your first caller. You can also disconnect the third party by quickly pressing your switch-hook or flash button once.Your first caller will remain on the line.

You can now add a different third party by repeating the steps described above. If the first caller hangs up, you can continue talking with the third party.