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    Quote Originally Posted by OdynOOb View Post
    There's now a Swisscom carrier bundle.

    That explains why I'm not facing this problem any longer ...
    Correct. Apple has only set this when the unknown bundle is used - meaning you are not on one of the supported carriers. Swisscom is apple partner 2.x.
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    Here's how I did it on firmware 2.2:

    http://weyland.be/wrdprss/index.php/...-on-iphone-22/

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    Quote Originally Posted by selder View Post
    Here's how I did it on firmware 2.2:

    http://weyland.be/wrdprss/index.php/...-on-iphone-22/
    Better produce a custom carrier bundle for the carrier you are using, there is a webservice here
    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=48683
    works for 2.2 aswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by selder View Post
    Here's how I did it on firmware 2.2:

    http://weyland.be/wrdprss/index.php/...-on-iphone-22/
    Why not just install "Callfarwarding" from iFon source in Cydia???

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    because I couldn't find that? Or because it doesn't work for 2.2?


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    Quote Originally Posted by selder View Post
    because I couldn't find that? Or because it doesn't work for 2.2?
    Just add "iFon1" http://c.ifon1.no/ or install it from "More Package Sources" to the sources in Cydia and install "Callforwarding". That´s it! Enjoy. It works fine for me with 2.2 anyway.
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    Phone call forwarding allows you to establish local numbers and forward the calls made to those numbers to a different phone number such as a landline or cell phone. When you do so, you'll be charged for the forwarded call for each minute used. For example, while the call may have been local to the caller, if the call is forwarded across the country, or around the world, toll charges will apply on your end. Whether you need local or global call forwarding, it's smart to be aware of how these services work so that you can better manage your budget and your costs.

    Call forwarding becomes more complicated when you add international toll free calling or mobile phones to the mix. Rates vary by country and are generally even higher for mobile phones. For example, if you're used to paying six cents per minute for calls in the United States, you may be alarmed when you receive the bill for the U.S. calls divert calls to Spain you've forwarded to a number in Afghanistan at 31 cents per minute.

    Fortunately, most telecommunication companies offering this type of call forwarding service also publish their per minute rates so that you can get an idea of what to expect before you commit to ordering a virtual number.

    One of the best ways to contain your international call forwarding costs is to find a low-cost provider that doesn't require a long term contract. This is especially true if you need call forwarding on a temporary basis or want the ability to cancel or downgrade at any time without penalties. Services like this typically offer virtual numbers on a month-to-month basis. Expect to pay a small monthly fee for the service and per minute rates for each call forwarded. Some include minutes in their plans, so do the math and pick a plan that best matches your calling patterns. If the plan includes minutes, pay attention to the per-minute rate for any additional minutes used. It may make sense to go with a plan with more minutes than risk going over your limit, especially if the plan allows you to roll over minutes. It may also make sense to go with a smaller plan if the per minute rates are not substantially higher.

    Because calling rates vary based on whether the call is routed to a cell phone or landline, and because rates can fluctuate depending on the regions of individual countries, look for additional information about the plan you are considering. For example, if you're in the United States and want to set up an international toll free number that your Mexican customers can use, you'll want to be aware of the basic per minute rate from Mexico to the United States as well as the rates for mobile phones and regions within the U.S. It may be more expensive to forward your virtual phone numbers to some parts of the country than others.

    In order to keep costs low, you'll want to manage and monitor your calls. Remember that keeping a caller on hold for extended periods is both annoying to the customer as well as costly to you. If you must place a caller on hold, keep the hold time as brief as possible or consider asking the caller if you can call right back.

    After a month or two, you should review your usage and make sure that the plan you selected earlier is still the best plan for you. If you are not using up all of your minutes, you may want to downgrade your plan to one with fewer minutes. If you are consistently going over the plan's limits, consider upgrading to a plan that includes more minutes. Since you selected a month-to-month plan, these changes are easy to make and penalty free.

 

 
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