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    Call Forward Set-Up is too many steps.

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    Background:
    Just moved to the burbs. Well maybe it's the country b/c I get crap TMO service.

    Also since were in a house and I miss a lot of calls to my cell, so i set the forward to my land line.

    Anyway it takes like 10 click and drop downs to turn it on and off.

    Meat of the Question:
    Can I customize a ring profile so that i can forward calls to my home phone in just one step?

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    Re: Call Forward Set-Up is too many steps.

    Make a contact named "activate call forwarding" or whatever you'd like, and put **21*destinationnumber*11# as the number, then when you dial that contact, it will activate call forwarding. to cancel it, use a contact with this number: ##21*11#

    Source: http://www.mobileshop.org/usertech/gsmcodes.htm
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    Re: Call Forward Set-Up is too many steps.

    DTX is the Man!!

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    Re: Call Forward Set-Up is too many steps.

    All I know about is:

    *72 (area)(number) to forward

    And

    *720 to turn off

    You can set those as speed dials. Hold "f" to forward calls and "o" to turn it off. Also, why don't you just add "talk forever" for $10/month? That's what the service is all about...using tmo where you don't get good/any reception.
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