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Master Geek

Topic # 62421 6-Jun-2010 20:39
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Now I lost my Easyphone Caller Tunes which were working fine and more important my callers now are unable to reach me from time to time (either no answer or busy tones when my phone just keeps silent). :(
I'm wondering, if I move to the Slingshot's naked ADSL instead of Landline and ADSL, would it be more stable? In additional, would be the Call Waiting service working at last? Is anyone from Slingshot here?

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  Reply # 338867 6-Jun-2010 20:47
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If you move to a VoIP solution you'll have call waiting if you have VoIP hardware that supports this.

Call Waiting doesn't work on The next Big Thing because Slingshot could never get it working so (apparently) gave up on it.

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  Reply # 338872 6-Jun-2010 21:01
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Thanks. I've got the WAG310 and Dynalink RTA1046VW both seems to be working fine with the call waiting function. I can take calls from Voip (voxalot) when I'm on a phone using the Slingshot's landline and vice-versa but not the second call from the landline as you said. Not sure if I'm on the Vodafone's Red Network though.

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