Double-Flash 3 way conferencing

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thunderbird
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Re: Double-Flash 3 way conferencing

Post by thunderbird » Wed Oct 24, 2012 6:09 pm

sberube wrote:I tried with 2 regular phones.

one cordless, one corded and both were very finicky to get the double flash working. I did ultimately get the timing right but it wasn't as easy as it should be
I tried the same setup as your setup, with the same results as you had. I seems like I had to "hold my mouth" just right to get it to work. ;)

phositadc
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Re: Double-Flash 3 way conferencing

Post by phositadc » Mon Jun 23, 2014 6:30 am

Does using the double-flash 3 way conference method require Ooma premier service? Or can it be done using Basic?

steve98664
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Re: Double-Flash 3 way conferencing

Post by steve98664 » Tue May 02, 2017 8:04 pm

Well I can call 2 numbers easy. Call the first, then hit flash on my panasonic phone, then after the dial tone dial the 2nd. I figured out how to use the flash to connect them before but cannot do it now! I think it was one or 2 long flash button. Can't get it to work! Well next thing, called 1st number, flash, call 2nd number, then *3 and it seems to work.

steve98664
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Re: Double-Flash 3 way conferencing

Post by steve98664 » Tue May 02, 2017 8:05 pm

I think it is a premier feature. I just added it to do some 3 way calling. It can be month to month which I am doing since I don't always need it.

Tom
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Re: Double-Flash 3 way conferencing

Post by Tom » Wed May 03, 2017 1:17 am

Conferencing is a premier feature. The *3 method was added because the double flash method doesn't work with all phones.

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