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Support Call drop outs with message "Conditional call forwarding active"

I have been experiencing a problem that when I call a mobile it immediately cuts the call and puts up a message "Conditional call forwarding active". After messing around with the call forwarding settings etc trying to find out why the calls I make are not getting through and the phone immediately cutting out, I found that the mobile numbers that had imported from my email account contacts mainly started 44 xxx xxxxxxx. None of them had the + in front of the 44, once the + is put in front of the 44 all works fine.

Thought I'd post this as I tried to find a solution on line to no avail, so might help others with the same problem :)
 

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#1 willis1337, Dec 10, 2012
This is a red herring.

"Conditional Call forwarding active" pops up whenever you make a phone call to advise you that you have forwards set up to handle calls, such as divert to voice mail. This is nothing to do with your calls dropping unfortunately.

Call land line, and see.
 
#2 SUroot, Dec 10, 2012
Please do go in CALL SETTINGS then in ADDTIONAL SETTINGS and change the CALLER ID to NETWORK DEFAULT,it was done to my Samsung Galaxy Y
 
#3 nad_pd, Feb 19, 2013
Please do go in CALL SETTINGS then in ADDTIONAL SETTINGS and change the CALLER ID to NETWORK DEFAULT,it was done to my Samsung Galaxy Y
 
#4 nad_pd, Feb 19, 2013
Caller ID is whether or not the display shows who is calling you. Nothing to do with dropped calls or whether your phone diverts to voicemail or not.
 
#5 SUroot, Feb 19, 2013
That actually helped out!!! Thanks.
 
#6 bharath_bm, Sep 29, 2013
I totally agree with you but that really helped me!

Galaxy duos GT-S7562
 
#7 bharath_bm, Sep 29, 2013
I am having a similar issue to this. When I dial a land line number the phone goes to the dialling screen then the message pops up saying conditional call forwarding and then the call ends.

I don't understand why it does this, can anyone help?

I have read lots of post saying conditional call forwarding doesn't apply to making calls but this happens and I've got a screen shot of the conditional call forwarding message on the dialling screen. Surely this shouldn't happen when I am making a call!

My network ID is set to default, I have disabled all conditional forwarding settings (just in case) and it still happens.
 
#8 LSY, Oct 11, 2014
I am also facing same issue with kitkat 4.4 on Samsung grand max with airtel carrier. i tryed with all possiable option but still same issue.
 
#9 rvirjn, Jul 6, 2015

That helps a lot
 
#10 Eager Mazodze, Jul 10, 2015
Try to check your settings.
Mobile networks
Network mode
choose:
WCDMA/GSM

I hope this helps...just try i dont want to explain more just try it..
 
#11 Lambert Sansalian, Oct 22, 2015
I am having a similar issue to this. When I dial a number the phone goes to the dialling screen then the message pops up saying conditional call forwarding and then the call ends.

I don't understand why it does this, can anyone help?

I have read lots of post saying conditional call forwarding doesn't apply to making calls but this happens and I've got a screen shot of the conditional call forwarding message on the dialling screen.So can any one say a solution for this problem....?
The phone is in default mode and it is in WCDMA/GSM mode but still same problem.....
 
#12 Nithinreddy1996, Dec 13, 2016
How did you resolve this??
 
#13 Garima2208, Aug 12, 2017