Call Waiting On Android
Firstly, what does call waiting mean?
Call Waiting is one of the most outstanding features on Android phones and a network-dependent service. You need to have an active SIM card inserted into the phone, otherwise, you will not have access to call waiting settings not be able to access the additional call settings.
NOTE: If you have activated call waiting, you can handle multiple calls at the same time. When it is activated, you will be notified by a beep if you receive another call. Select to either accept the incoming call or decline it. The person calling you will simply hear the dial tone and if you decide to decline the call, they will either hear the busy tone or be directed to your voicemail service, if supported and activated.
Call Waiting is a feature that notifies someone currently engaged on a call that another caller is trying to get through the line. At this point, the first call could be placed on hold to answer the incoming call. Using Call Waiting. To use Call Waiting, dial the relevant code on your mobile phone’s keypad.
There are many benefits to call waiting on Android, especially if a lot of people contact you. However, you might want to disable call waiting on Android if you don’t want your calls to have any interruptions during your important calls.
To check if you have call waiting option is turn off or no dial *#43# on your phone
To activate call waiting option on Airtel, MTN, Glo and Etisalat, dial *43# on your phone
To disable call waiting option on Airtel, MTN, Glo and Etisalat, dial #43# on your phone