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  1. left4dead's Avatar
    I found this on Verizon's site:

    What is No Answer/Busy Transfer feature and how do I use it?

    You can have incoming calls answered by another phone whenever your Verizon Wireless phone is busy or remains unanswered after three or four rings. With this option, you're Verizon Wireless phone will ring unless you're on the phone. Airtime applies to transferred calls even if you send the call to wireline telephones.

    No Answer/Busy Transfer Feature Instructions
    To Activate No Answer / Busy Transfer:

    Press *71 and the 10-digit number you want the calls forwarded to.
    Press the "SEND" key and wait for the confirmation tone.

    To Deactivate No Answer / Busy Transfer:

    Press *73 + "SEND" and wait for the confirmation tone.

    Outbound calls can still be made while No Answer/Busy Transfer is activated. When activated, an incoming call will ring several times, giving you the chance to answer the call. If you are on the phone or choose not to answer, the incoming call will be automatically forwarded to the destination phone number.
    Is this what you're talking about (or is it something else)?
    2012-02-12 09:14 AM
  2. adamavila's Avatar
    It's a little different. You want verizon to treat "no answer" and "busy" calls differently instead of diverting both kinds to voicemail. A no answer call should go into voicemail and a busy call should get a busy signal. But you might not be able to that with Verizon. Some carriers allow you to choose how a busy call is handled (voicemail or busy signal).
    2012-02-12 05:28 PM
  3. silverzz28's Avatar
    Im having the busy signal issue not working on my ATT service. Anyone else? Im on a 4s with newest software
    2012-02-16 04:12 AM
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