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a telephone service feature whereby, when a customer chooses, all calls coming in to one number are automatically rerouted to another, designated number.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Have a second telephone line installed with
Services such a
call waiting require sophisticated switches to support the user's needs.
Some wireless networks do not support features such as call blocking,
, or cell broadcasting.
These telephones may not include a
Users will have caller identification and multiple
options through the interface as well.
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