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Topic # 239840 7-Aug-2018 13:35
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Hi,

I recently bought a huawei watch 2 with LTE compatibility. It works fine on the networks. I want to use when i go for a run so I don't have to carry a phone. Spark wanted $20 a month to add it onto my plan. I therefore went to skinny and started a $9 plan.
What i am trying to set up is a system so that if i don't answer the phone or watch it goes to my phone's voicemail, not the watches. I do on call work hence the need for constant availability.
I can get the phone to forward calls to the watch. I have blocked the watch's number on the phone so it goes straight to voicemail and doesn't end up in an endless loop. What i can't do is set the watch to forward unanswered calls back to the phone. Have tried ussd code with no luck.
Anyone got an ideas (or cheap alternatives if skinny don't do call forwarding).

Cheers

Martyn

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  Reply # 2069269 7-Aug-2018 13:40
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Skinny doesn't do call forwarding.

 

 

 

https://support.skinny.co.nz/article.php?id=234

 

 


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