How to Activate Call Forwarding Remotely

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How to Activate Call Forwarding Remotely
Remote call forwarding allows the user to forward calls from a different phone number. (phone image by Zbigniew Nowak from Fotolia.com)

Call forwarding is a function available on most telephones. On any phone that enables call forwarding, a user can input a feature code which is provided by the carrier that will forward calls to another number. Some carriers also allow a user to remotely access the call forwarding feature on their phone. Remotely activating call forwarding is helpful for those who have had their cell phone lost or stolen, or those who need to have calls to an office phone forwarded after hours.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Call the number provided by AT&T. This number varies by region and can be obtained through the local AT&T office or at 1-888-944-0447.

  2. 2

    Enter the subscribed phone number and, when prompted, enter the personal identification number which AT&T provided upon registration of services. If you have forgotten your PIN number, call 1-800-944-0447.

  3. 3

    Enter the feature code given by the provider. This number will be 72 on the east or west coast or 73 for all other areas.

  4. 4

    Enter the number for the phone to be forwarded to, followed by "#." A confirmation will let the user know the forward is successful.

  1. 1

    Dial 1-888-294-1618 from any touch-tone phone.

  2. 2

    Enter the phone number of the phone to be forwarded.

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    Enter the call forwarding PIN, then "#." The PIN number is provided by Verizon when services are set up. If the PIN number has been forgotten, call 1-800-483-4224 from a landline phone or *611 from a Verizon mobile phone.

  4. 4

    Enter the number for the phone to be forwarded to. Wait for confirmation, then hang up.

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