|What is CLIP?|
CLIP, or Calling Line Identity Presentation, is a service that allows you to see who is calling you, before you pick up the call.
|Can a roaming subscriber set up a conference call?|
If the network where the subscriber is roaming supports Conference Call, he/she will be able to connect. This action is not recommended, due to the fact that whoever makes the call pays all the international call charges.
|Conference call in progress and the person who initiated gets another call?|
The originator of the conference will be informed of the incoming call and will have an option to put the conference on hold and talk to the incoming party, or decide to include the party in the conference. In this situation, the calling party will pay for the duration of the call.
|Does conference call work with dual SIM?|
Yes, the primary and secondary numbers are linked, therefore a subscriber that requests this service for the primary number, will automatically have it on the secondary number.
|Does my handset support conference call?|
The majority of the latest handset models will support Conference Call. Please refer to your handset manual, or speak to the manufacturer for details on Conference Call.
All other Network Related Questions
Yes, it is possible, as long as the originating party on contract has International Roaming. Pre-paid subscribers are automatically activated for international calling and will be able to initiate the call as long as sufficient airtime is available.
Coverage refers to the geographical area in which your cellphone can be used to make and receive calls.