Gigaset forward calls
What is call forwarding?
Call forwarding is possible in 2 ways: internally and externally. Internally means that you divert the call to another handset that is registered to the same base station. Externally means that you transfer the call to another device, for example to a mobile phone.
Note: the provider might charge you for forwarding calls. Contact your provider for more information.
Set up call forwarding
You can set call forwarding up as follows:
- Open the menu.
- Go to 'Network services'.
- Select 'Forwarding'.
- Select whether you want to forward calls internally or externally.
- Under 'Status', you can switch call forwarding on or off.
- For 'To phone no.', enter the phone number you want to forward the call to.
- Under the header 'When', you can indicate when calls should be forwarded. You've got three options here: 'All' (calls are forwarded directly, and the handset doesn't accept any calls anymore), 'Time limit', (calls are forwarded if they're not accepted), and 'Busy' (calls are forwarded if you're in a call).
- Select 'Send' to notify the provider of the settings. Once the call forwarding options have been changed, you'll hear a tone for confirmation.
- If you don't manage to switch on forwarding for your Gigaset, it might be possible that this has to be activated by the provider. In this case, contact your provider.