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Q: How do I use call waiting?

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How do I use call waiting?

If supported by your phone and wireless provider, you can use call waiting through the Bluetooth system. If you are on a call and receive a second call, simply press the phone/voice command button to take the new call, and place the original call on hold. If you press this button again, it will switch you back to the original call, while putting the new call on hold. At any point you can press the mute/hang up button to end the current call, and switch to only the call that is on hold. Tip If you would like to ignore the incoming call and stay on the line with your current call, you do not need to do anything.

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