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  Reply # 1061012 7-Jun-2014 18:49
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Juicytree:
kfella2000: Yes on 2talk you can. As nate says you can have 5 devices ringing at the same time. What you do on 2talk is login to your account and click on locate me/one number once there just enable one number. Then each device that you want to use programme your home phone number as follows:- SPA112 0xxxxxxxx, iphone with appropriate app 0xxxxxxxx-1 and any other device up to 5 in total. I have 3 devices working here a SPA2102 as my main phone a SPA922 ip phone with phone number -1  and my android cellphone with app programmed with phone number -2 and all 3 devices ring when an inbound call comes in.


Hey kfella2000, you may be able to help me with the 2talk one number setup.  I would like my mobile 2talk app to ring after my primary 2talk number rings for a set period first but it doesn't seem to work for me.  I have my SPA122 number then my mobile app is registering on xxxx-1 but even though I set the call to hunt 15 seconds later on the locate me/one number screen it still seems to ring simultaneous to my home phone. What am I missing - why isn't it delaying?


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  Reply # 1068851 18-Jun-2014 20:38
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Bought said phone and works well, cheers for all the previous help. $140 at Jb Hifi if anyone's interested.

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