Managing Call Waiting and Three-Way calling on RAZR

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  1. FoxKat

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    Don't know if anyone else has experienced any of the following;

    I am able to make a three-way call from my phone, but can't then choose to end just one of the calls. My only option is to hit the End button, which ends BOTH calls. :blink:

    I am UNABLE to make a three-way call if I don't initiate BOTH of the calls. I have seen an advertisement on TV where a third party can be added to an existing conversation and the existing conversation was started by an incoming call but this doesn't work on my RAZR. In other words, I answer an incoming call, decide to add another person in a three-way call, and can "add a call", but can't "merge" the calls because there's no option. :frown:

    I can make a three-way call, but once in the call, there's no way to jump out of the conference to temporarily speak with only one party in private, and/or jump from one to the other. In other words, once in the conference call, the only option is to end both calls. :mad:

    If I receive a call-waiting call, I can switch between the two calls, but can't end one call without ending both. :icon_eek:
     
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    I read on here that the missing buttons were some sort of "oversight" and a pretty big one I might add. I think I read that it might be corrected in the next update, but until then what you describe is correct.
     
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    It's OK if it's in a three-way. It's not gay if it's in a three-way.
     
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    I'm sorry to say if it's in a three-way, and you decide to play in a three-way, with the other guy in a three-way, that it's most certainly gay in a three-way.:biggrin:
     
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    Sliced from my RAZR
     
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    That was hilarious! :rofl3: I never saw that skit. That has to be one of the best they ever did! Thanks for the vid. :biggrin:
     
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