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#66670 by gvkovai
Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:21 pm
I really would like to get some help here. I have Ooma annual premier and Telo handset. Telo handset quality is so poor that I could not use telo handset for 3-way calling for longer period. Of course battery is another problem in it.

I have panasonic 4-handset system (KX-TG9344T DECT 6.0) and want to use that for 3-way calling. I tried pressing "Flash" key to make a second call from the same handset which was successful. By hitting "Flash Key" again, I could switch between two calls, but could not make a 3 way calling. Any help here would be much appreciated, thanks.
#66672 by bnt417
Mon Oct 11, 2010 7:49 pm
It is virtually unbelievable that a company could design and then produce such a piece of S**T as what they call their handsets! They have terrible features, non-use friendly, a great battery (if you only need to make 3 or 4 calls), and a base that won't properly charge. Then there is the "bargin" price of $50+!!

Yet, you can only use their premium sevices like a second line by purchasing these pieces of C**P!

If Ooma does business this way, don't expect them to be around for to long.
#66682 by murphy
Tue Oct 12, 2010 1:39 am
gvkovai wrote:I really would like to get some help here. I have Ooma annual premier and Telo handset. Telo handset quality is so poor that I could not use telo handset for 3-way calling for longer period. Of course battery is another problem in it.

I have panasonic 4-handset system (KX-TG9344T DECT 6.0) and want to use that for 3-way calling. I tried pressing "Flash" key to make a second call from the same handset which was successful. By hitting "Flash Key" again, I could switch between two calls, but could not make a 3 way calling. Any help here would be much appreciated, thanks.

After you have callers on both lines 1 and 2, press the 1 and 2 keys on the Telo simultaneously to combine the two calls.
#66689 by murphy
Tue Oct 12, 2010 5:29 am
gvkovai wrote:I can not access telo everytime I want 3-way calling. And I am using panasonic to try that. Please let me know if anyone could help here. Thanks.

My previous answer is the only way that it can be done.
#66736 by gvkovai
Tue Oct 12, 2010 12:41 pm
Thanks for the answer.

But Ooma really sucks here. Either they have to make telo handsets good or should work with other handsets to allow 3-way calling without assuming that one would sleep with telo all the time to have access to.
#66905 by wrj
Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:33 pm
I have a KX-TG9331T Panasonic system and Telo system (but I do not have an Ooma handset). I make 3-way calls all the time. I make the first call and when the person answers, I then hit the "2" button on my Telo. This puts the first call on hold. I make the second call. Once that person is online, I press the "1" and "2" buttons simultaneously on the Telo . This ties all 3 lines together.

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