What Plan Do You Have for LTE?

Guitar_Jesus

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Apparently, even though I never asked for it, when I signed up with T-Mobile, I was enrolled in the T-Mobile One NCC Wearable plan, which is apparently no longer available.

It does allow me to receive calls on my watch in standalone mode, using my watch number instead of the phone. I got lucky! Did anyone else know this was possible? When I signed up they told me it couldn't get calls with the "watch number". Glad they screwed up and grandfathered me in!
 

khurst82

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Well, hey there, Hoff! ;)
I'm researching at exactly what point Samsung removed the ability to forward calls to the wearables and I stumbled across your post. You are a lucky duck indeed, now if we could just figure out how to get those calls to forward!
 

Guitar_Jesus

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Log into your account on your carrier's website and tell it forward your calls

Sprint charges for unconditional forwarding. Conditional forwarding is free, but the phone will ring, and ring, and ring, and ring (you get the idea). Most people will hang up.

If I can adjust the number ofnrings before voicemail, that could work.
 

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