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Hello again readers! Dear Berry is here once again with a mailbag full of BlackBerry questions and woes. Today's question comes from Meir who asks:
How can I drop one call on a Z10 and continue talking to the other call? This question applies to either; when I was on a call and another call came in middle, I pick up the new call which places my first call on hold. I then want to drop one of the calls and continue speaking to the other person, or when I make a conference call and at one point would like to drop one of the participants.
Being able to switch between two active calls or drop either one of them are actions that are simple to perform. This goes for being able to disconnect participants on a conference call as well. Below are the instructions on how on you can do so on BlackBerry 10.
Whether for business or personal if you are on multiple calls being able to switch, drop, place on hold or merge calls is quite simple. BlackBerry 10 offers different ways in which to manage these conversations without worrying you will hang up on the wrong person. Please note the above directions uses Call Waiting, so please check with your carrier to make sure that feature is enabled on your account.
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