1. Dial the Call Forwarding Code:
  • To disable all call forwarding, dial ##002# on your phone and press the call button.
  • To disable a specific call forwarding setting (like call forwarding when busy, when unanswered or when out of reach), dial the respective code mentioned below:
    • 61# to disable call forwarding when busy.

    • 62# to disable call forwarding when unanswered.

    • 67# to disable call forwarding when out of reach.

  1. Press the Call Button:
  • After dialing the appropriate call forwarding code, press the call button on your phone.
  • Alternatively, you can use the “OK” or “Confirm” button on some phones.
  1. Listen for Confirmation:
  • After pressing the call button, you will hear a confirmation message from your carrier.
  • The message will typically inform you that call forwarding has been disabled or turned off.
  1. Check Your Call Forwarding Settings:
  • To ensure that call forwarding has been successfully disabled, you can check your call forwarding settings.
  • On an Android phone, go to “Settings” > “Calls” > “Call Forwarding” and check that all options are set to “Disabled” or “No Call Forwarding”.
  • On an iPhone, go to “Settings” > “Phone” > “Call Forwarding” and make sure the “Call Forwarding” toggle is turned off or disabled.
  1. Make a Test Call:
  • To further confirm that call forwarding has been disabled, make a test call to your phone from another phone.
  • If the call goes through and you hear ringing on your phone, then call forwarding has been successfully disabled.
  1. Contact Your Carrier for Assistance:
  • If you are unable to disable call forwarding using the above methods or if you continue to experience call forwarding issues, contact your carrier’s customer service department for assistance.
  • They can provide specific instructions or assistance tailored to your carrier and phone model.
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