Repeat Dialing allows you to dial a code to have your phone continuously attempt to redial a busy number that you tried to call. When the line is free, you will be alerted with a special ringing, and a call will automatically be made. You can also use Repeat Dialing to redial the last number you called.
What Repeat Dialing Does For You:
Eliminates the frustration of continuously redialing numbers and receiving annoying busy signals.
Saves time and effort. Repeat Dialing will keep dialing the number for you — automatically — until your call gets through.
You will no longer have to look up or remember the phone number during redial attempts.
To Use Repeat Dialing:
To Cancel Repeat Dialing:
While Repeat Dialing is activated, you may still make and receive other calls.
Repeat Dialing will continuously attempt to call back a busy number for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, your request will be canceled.
You can use Repeat Dialing for more than one busy number at a time. You will hear a special ring when one of these numbers becomes idle; however, you will not be able to tell which of the numbers it is.
If the number you are trying to reach is outside the area served by Repeat Dialing, you will hear a recording advising you that the call cannot be made.