Use your home phone to start a conference call with Three-Way Calling

Three-Way Calling lets you connect two other callers at the same time, in a mini-conference call. Learn how to use Three-Way Calling and see solutions to common problems.

Three-Way Calling is available in most areas. You can get it as part of a Price for Life bundle, purchase a monthly subscription, or pay-per-use. The payment options vary by location. Just give us a call to find out what your options are. 

How to use Three-Way Calling

As part of a bundle or a regular monthly service
As a pay-per-use feature
To disconnect

Other things to know about Three-Way Calling

  • You can use Three-Way Calling to add another person to your call, no matter who placed the first call. However, when you hang up, the other two people will also be disconnected.
  • When the three-way call includes long distance, you pay only for the call(s) you make.
  • Call Waiting does not work during a three-way call.

Common Three-Way Calling problems

  • Make sure your phone is set to TONE, not PULSE. Many phones have a physical P/T switch located on the side, bottom or back of the unit. If you don't see a physical switch, try the phone's setup menu and look for the P/T settings. 
  • Try calling from another phone. If you can get the feature to work from a different phone, then the problem is most likely with your equipment.
  • This feature will not work from or to a hotel, motel or prison. 
  • This feature will not work if you're trying to use it simultaneously with Call Transfer or Call Waiting.
  • Three-Way Calling can be blocked. If it's blocked on your line, contact us to remove the block for you. There's no charge for us to do this. 

To add or change the calling features on your account, contact us. We're here to help! 

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