Wireless Calling Features

Subscriber Activated Services

Call Forwarding-Unconditional (CFU)

To Activate: *72+ "Forward To" number
To Deactivate: *73

When the CFU service is activated, all the incoming calls for the served mobile subscriber are forwarded unconditionally to a third party registered by the subscriber. The third party here might be a subscriber of the mobile network, the public network, or the private network, or it might be an entity such as a voice mailbox.

Call Forwarding-Busy (CFB)

To Activate: *90
To Deactivate: *900

When a subscriber is busy and the CFB service has been activated, the incoming calls for the subscriber are forwarded to a third party registered by the subscriber.

Call Forwarding-No Answer (CFNA)

To Activate: *92+ "Forward To" number
To Deactivate: *920

After the CFNA service is activated, the incoming calls for the served mobile subscriber are forwarded to the third party when there is no answer.

Call Forwarding-Default (CFD)

To Activate: *68+ "Forward To" number
To Deactivate: *680

The CFD refers to that, incoming calls for the served subscriber are forwarded to the third party when there is no response or answer the subscriber paging, or in other unreachable cases. As the CFD is equal to the combination of the CFB and the CFNA, refer to previous description of the CFB and the CFNA for the CFD process.

Caller Number Identification Restriction (CNIR)

To Activate: *67
To Deactivate: *670

This service is a caller-initiated service. It restricts caller identification presentation for the called party.

Call Waiting (CW)

To Activate: *74
To Deactivate: *740

When the controlling party (A) is in two-party conversation (with B); A is prompted when an incoming call from a third party (C) arrives. If A answers the call, it alternates conversation with two subscribers; in other words, one party is placed on hold while the other party is in conversation with A.

In the case of two-party conversation, party A may be either the called subscriber or the caller. For each call, at most one waiting call is accepted.

Services Activated by Network Operator

Voice Mail

This service is activated by the network operator. (Subscriber is not required to enter a Feature Code to activate)

Subscriber dials *86 or subscriber's phone number to retrieve messages.

Voice Mail Message Waiting Indicator

This service is activated by the network operator. (Subscriber is not required to enter a Feature Code to activate)

When a new voice mail message is present on the Voice Mail system, a "Message Waiting" indicator is displayed on the subscribers' handset. When there is no new message present on the Voice Mail system, the "Message Waiting" indicator will not be displayed.

Caller ID [Calling Number Information Presentation - CNIP]

This service is activated by the network operator. (Subscriber is not required to enter a Feature Code to activate)

When a call is received by the subscriber (Party A), the calling number from Party B is displayed.

NOTE: Caller ID will not be displayed if Caller B has Calling Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) activated or if no caller information is available.

Three way calling (3WC)

This service is activated by the network operator. (Subscriber is not required to enter a Feature Code to activate)

This service enables the telephone conversation among three parties.

Subscriber A is in a conversation with another party (B). Subscriber A presses the SEND key, placing party B on hold. Subscriber A enters a number for a third party (C) and presses SEND. After party C answers, Subscriber A presses SEND and all three parties are connected.

Conference Call (CC)

This service is activated by the network operator.

With the CC service, multiple subscribers are allowed to join in a conversation.

The subscriber as the controlling party can hold a telephone conference at any time. The controlling party can add the number of the conference participants by entering telephone numbers one by one. This type of communication is only suitable for voice communication. Each subscriber keeps his/her original identity and can get disconnected respectively from the group call status.

  1. Subscriber A dials *30 + SEND, and then Subscriber B's number + SEND. After Subscriber B goes off hook after ring. Subscriber A may have a conference call with Subscriber B.
  2. Subscriber A then dials Subscriber C's number + SEND. Subscriber C goes off hook, and Subscriber B is set to "HOLD" state. Subscriber A talks with Subscriber C.
  3. Subscriber A then dials Subscriber D's number + SEND. Subscriber D goes off hook. Subscriber B and Subscriber are set to "HOLD" state. Subscriber B and Subscriber C can talk with each other. Subscriber A may talk with Subscriber D.
  4. A maximum of 15 members can be added to the conference call. When the control subscriber talks with a new member, the previous conference members are put in "HOLD" state and can talk with each other.
  5. Subscriber A presses "SEND". All the members can talk with each other in a conference call.

Call Transfer (CT)

This service is activated by the network operator.

During a two-party call between Subscriber A and Subscriber B, either Subscriber A or Subscriber B can transfer the call to a third party and disconnect from the call, and the other subscriber will continue the conversation with the third party. (A and B must both be wireless subscribers).

  1. Subscriber A calls Subscriber B. Subscriber B goes off hook after ringing. Subscriber A presses SEND. Subscriber B is set to the HOLD state.
  2. Subscriber A calls Subscriber C. Subscriber C goes off hook after ringing. Subscriber A presses END. Subscriber A call and corresponding resources are released. Subscribers B and C are connected in a conversation.

Technical Support:

Dial 611 from your wireless handset or call 907-835-8007 or 1-800-235-5414.

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