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Thread: How to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm?

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    How to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm?

    Hello to all,
    I have Reliance Gsm mobile phone. Due to my work I always go out of station and that's why I want to activate call divert/forward service on my mobile phone when it is not reachable. I don't know how to do this. Can anyone tell me how to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm? Please help me.
    Thank you.

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    Re: How to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm?

    Hey you can easily activate Call Divert/forward service on your Reliance Gsm using your mobile. I don't know which mobile you have use, but it is normally present in the setting option. Juts use following steps to activate Call Divert/forward service on your Reliance Gsm mobile phone.
    First go to main menu -> now go to setting option -> now go to call setting -> now look out for Call Divert option -> after getting that option -> just open it and there you will find various option -> select as per your preference then select it and press ok.
    After this your Call Divert/forward service will activate.
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    Re: How to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm?

    You have to use following information for Activation and deactivation of Call Divert in Reliance Gsm.

    For both activation and de-activation, dial the specified feature code followed by the (call key) from the phone:

    *Immediate call divert
    Activate: Dial *301 + Local phone number without STD code +Call key (call key)
    De-activate: Press *302 + Call key(call key)

    *Call divert on busy
    Activate: Press *305 + phone number without STD code +Call key (call key)
    De-activate: Press *306 + Call key (call key)


    *Not reachable-no call divert
    Activate: Press *303 + phone number without STD code + Call key(call key)
    De-activate: Press *304 + Call key(call key)

    *To de-activate all call diverts
    Press *308 +Call key (call key)

    *To change call divert to number
    Dial the specified feature code followed by the new number
    Dial *XXX + phone number without STD code +Call key (call key)
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    Re: How to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm?

    You have to use following steps to activate Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm.
    First Goto Services Option ->now Select Call Forwarding option from the list(It can be Immediate, When Busy, No Reachable), select as per your comfort.
    You have to use *308 for Disabling the Call Forwarding.
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    Re: How to Call Divert/forward in Reliance Gsm?

    Hey it is very easy to do this. You have to just give number to which you want to forward call. You can do this in following ways.
    First decide on which number you want to forward call -> then type your that number in you mobile followed by *301 , it means *301XXXXXXXXXX like this (where XXXXXXXXXX is your number) -
    > now dial this number -> now your Call Divert/forward will activate.
    To Deactivate this service just dial *308.

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