How to three way call on your BlackBerry

Three way calling is a teenage girl’s favorite tool for getting back at their arch nemesis. It’s also good for a low budget conference call with coworkers. Here’s how you do it:

1. Dial your first call using the address book or dial it with the keypad, or await someone else calling.
2. When the two lines are connected, press the Talk button, or the green call button.
3. On this screen, type the name or number you want to call. Then press the Talk button again.
4. Once you are connected with the third line, press the Menu button.
5. Once the window is opened, press the option that says, Join.
6. The two calls are now connected.
7. To disconnect from one caller but not the other, press the Menu button again.
8. Go to the End Call option.
9. A new screen will pop up asking you who you want to disconnect.
10. Chose the caller you would like to disconnect.
11. You have disconnected them.


2 Responses to “How to three way call on your BlackBerry”

  1. 1 Hugh

    I think this works on GSM networks. CDMA networks uses the “flash” command in the menu. Nothing like going old school…

  2. 2 Bradley

    On AT&T I’ve conferenced in 3 callers with no issues.. Real nice. :)

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