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Sprint Immediate answer/off-hook, then immediate send-tone

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by POTSinPA, Jan 15, 2016.

  1. POTSinPA

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    I started a job where all employees compete to be the first to answer their (cell)-phone. I am told that when a potential client calls... The call rings on all agents phones. Then then first person to answer and hits "1" keeps the call/client.

    So... I can do an auto answer with Bluetooth... Any thought on immediately sending the "1" tone?
     
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    The words are the right words... Now if I can only decipher the information and implement a solution!
     
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    PW.png A work in progress...
     
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    Hmmm. Well, how about disabling the number 1 key on everyone else's phones so that you are the only one able to answer. And, "Mr. Phelps, if you or any of your team get apprehended, we will disavow any knowledge of your activity."
     
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    It's an unfair system from the get-go. Everyone's phone won't ring at the exact same time.
     
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    For sure... I question the technology that allows multiple phones to ring at the same time.
     
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    Just curious, is this a robo call company? A person gets a robo call hits 1 for more information and then everyone connected to their Sprint call system gets a call?
     
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    No... Just incoming calls... But your close. The business is Real Estate. The concept is that the fastest agent to answer the call get the call/client.

    I'm actually now thinking a SmartPhone Application?
     
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    Thing is, if an app were capable of monitoring for a call, that would mean it was polling the signal and incoming number. I'd think that would eat up your battery very quickly. I came up with an idea for an app once and tried to find a programmer. No one was interested.
     

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