When disaster survivors call FEMA's 1-800 number to register for disaster assistance, they may get a busy signal
due to the heavy volume of calls.
In its simplest approach, the regulator would expect that if a subscriber made ten calls, nine of them would go through successfully and all of them should be sustained for at least three minutes without being dropped.This is a layman's way of describing the technicalities, which are that 99 percent of the calls made by subscribers should not be blocked by a busy signal
and none of the successful calls should be dropped halfway through the conversation.
People who call (630) 762-1900 might get a busy signal
as call volume is high; do not leave a message because volunteers can't access voicemail.
Automatic disconnect on CPC and busy signal
along with programmable silence and page length timers prevent tying up paging amplifiers.
Lost connection and just getting a busy signal
," an officer said in the audio.
Calls to Tolleson were met with a busy signal
, and calls to the bakery went unanswered.
I've considered walking on the opposite pavement, but it's a busy signal
adjacent to a filling station, so crossing the road at peak hours can take some time.
A QC volunteer distributing Iftar kits at a busy signal
From new systems which guarantee customers will never get a busy signal
or voicemail when they call you during the day, to technological aids which allow your clients' files and information to reside in that elusive "cloud" of data (and remain secure, as well), the new-fangled tech tools mostly exist to make your life easier.
I'm thinking of changing my message now, so people who ring while we're out get a recording of a busy signal
Does one kind of trump the other, or do they get a busy signal
Nothing says "too small" like a phone number that returns a busy signal
, or a phone that rings and rings until the caller finally gives up.