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Old 05-18-2006, 04:32 AM   #1
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hi is there programs that disconnect dialup to let phone calls come through or put dial upon hold or something?


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Old 05-18-2006, 02:17 PM   #2
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Default Re: programs that disconnect dialup to let phonecalls come through

get broadband lol!....... or you could check this link http://www.hidownload.com/products/C...02-21%20R2.htm
edit: doesnt appear to be free. im sure theres some free ones out there unless you want to pay or get it by other means
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Old 05-18-2006, 10:48 PM   #3
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get broadband lol!....... or you could check this link http://www.hidownload.com/products/C...02-21%20R2.htm
edit: doesnt appear to be free. im sure theres some free ones out there unless you want to pay or get it by other means
lol i got broadband at home but this isnt my comp so yea, outta luck if theres any free programs that disconnect dial up when a phone call comes through please let me know.

thanks for the link by the way il check it out
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ill keep my eye out for you
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wow, just wow

he asks for a program, you tell him to get broadband. that doesn't really answer his question. i heard of something called callwave a while back. I dunno about it anymore. maybe you should look into that.
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wow, just wow

he asks for a program, you tell him to get broadband. that doesn't really answer his question. i heard of something called callwave a while back. I dunno about it anymore. maybe you should look into that.
i also posted a useful link straight after it! the broadband thing was a joke. cant people joke on here any more? here is the callwave link http://www.callwave.com/landing/webR...?ct=CW_forHome also not free
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what is it with everyone and free?
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Default Re: programs that disconnect dialup to let phonecalls come through

maybe he is young and doesnt have a credit card, maybe he is a bit poor atm, maybe he doesnt want to spend money on a little program, etc..
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Well, it's obvious alot of people want to get these things for free..

http://www.freewarepub.org/freewaren...up%20Utilities

That might help, the 3rd one...it's pretty hard to find something like this...
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Default Re: programs that disconnect dialup to let phonecalls come through

it says: "Stay online" is not recommendable for dial-up modem users + does not do what he needs. good link though mate. i cant find any free ones
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