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Topic # 12839 9-Apr-2007 02:04
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Is there a code you cna place to dial the number of a missed call?
Its not a prank call.  Just would be helpful to know when people dial you then u just put in *61 and it would tell you the number who called you.

Is there a number like that ?

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  Reply # 66682 10-Apr-2007 02:04
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No, telecom don't offer any cool services like call return, which usually works on withheld numbers which is a bonus.

Recently I haven't being getting as many withheld calls at all here at home, in fact in the last week I don't think I have had any. So perhaps people are getting the message that its antisocial to do that.




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  Reply # 66925 12-Apr-2007 13:58
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T_1_M: Is there a code you cna place to dial the number of a missed call?
Its not a prank call. Just would be helpful to know when people dial you then u just put in *61 and it would tell you the number who called you.

Is there a number like that ?


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  Reply # 66931 12-Apr-2007 14:17
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Are you a Telecom or TCL customer? If you're TCL on-network *52 will play back the last called number and you can then press 1 to connect the call.

 

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  Reply # 66936 12-Apr-2007 14:50
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T_1_M: Is there a code you cna place to dial the number of a missed call?
Its not a prank call. Just would be helpful to know when people dial you then u just put in *61 and it would tell you the number who called you.

Is there a number like that ?

All my cordless phones have a 'log' I just press that button, and gives me a list of the calls. I select the one i want using up/down, and press talk/dial on the number i want.

Its netwrok agnostic, works great.




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  Reply # 66947 12-Apr-2007 18:20
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All my cordless phones have a 'log' I just press that button, and gives me a list of the calls. I select the one i want using up/down, and press talk/dial on the number i want.

Its netwrok agnostic, works great.

It doesn't work if the caller has caller ID Block, does it? On Telecom line you can call back your caller only if they leave a message in your voicemail. It works on mobile phone cost about $0.80 to use that function. I haven't tried it on a landline though.




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