This does not change anything…
You still have to go to “HOLD” to set the caller to MOH and then you have to press “options”
then you have to pres 3 times down! Then you have to select “new call” then you must type in the internal number you want to talk to and select “call” And after all this you can fianlly select transfer.
believe me or not,
this is one of the criteria that is ultimately relevant for the customer. There are enough phones that handle this better including the WP820. For each Gigaset, e.g. it only means to press the R-key, to enter the internal number, to talk to each other, to hang up to hand over the call or to retrieve press to be connected to the caller again.
In the time when I have to give everything in the DP 720 or 730, I also ran to the one and can give him the phone in the hand.
And that’s exactly what this looks like with such a complicated operation.
Either the customer acts the same way or he throws the device at some point on the wall and wants something simpler in the operation.
that he then turns back to you is probably rather less the case.
Seriously, I would get a lot of sweat at the client’s briefing in operation and would just wait for the sentence: it’s not worth it for us, is there nothing simpler, it takes us too long …
And really: I think this even worked with the DP715 …