Call parking function allows to put on hold several calls with the help of the so-called waiting park.
The subscriber can make new calls or hang up after placing an incoming call in the waiting park. He can return to the conversation with the caller whose call is parked, at any time.
To park a call, as well as to remove it from the parking lot, each call is assigned a parking lot number. Any user of the Carusto system, who knows the functional code and parking number, can pick up a parked call.
Music is played for the subscriber, whose call was placed in the waiting park. The parked call will stay in the waiting park until the user of Carusto system returns to the call, or until the caller hangs up.
Call parking function usage
To place an incomming call into the waiting park you have to:
- Dial the feature key *3 during the conversation. The caller will be transfered into the waiting mode. Then you will hear the number of parking slot, this call was parked into.
To pick up a call you have parked:
- Dial the feature key *3X, where X is the number of parking slot.
In case you have parked the only one call, you dont need to dial the number of parking slot.
To pick up a call parked by another user:
- Dial the feature key *3XY, where X is the number of the user, who has parked the call, and Y is the number of the parking slot.
If the user has only one parked call, you dont need to dial the parking slot number.
The pattern *3 is the default key. You can change it in the section Feature keys.