Call Forwarding That Lets You Change Destinations En Route
Forwarding telephone calls is a great way to stay in touch when you head out of town, but it has one big drawback: In most places, you must enter the forwarding number from your own home or office phone. That's a problem if you don't know that number until you arrive at your new destination. Now, more phone companies are beginning to offer "remote access to call forwarding," which lets you punch in a forwarding number from any telephone.
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