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r/mobilesupport on Reddit: can someone find out they are in a conference call? » Posted by u/JoshThePleb - 1 vote and no comments Reddit.com

r/AndroidQuestions on Reddit: How to Transfer an Active/Live Call from Caller "A" to Caller "B" » Posted by u/XxPowerFlowerxX - 9 votes and 12 comments Reddit.com

swift - Using Twilio I want to add a third party into a call using an iOS… » May 12, 2016… Once I have A & B in the conference call, how, using TwilioClient, do I bring in party C? I've connected with device.connect(…) which hides … Stackoverflow.com

Use Group FaceTime on your iPhone or iPad » Group FaceTime makes it easy to chat with multiple people at the same time. You can start a Group FaceTime from the FaceTime app or from a group conversation in the Messages app—and you can add up to 32 people. Support.apple.com

How to Set up a Conference Call on iPhone » You can include up to five people in iPhone conference calls. To conference with more people and for special features, look into business phone systems. Businessnewsdaily.com

How to Make a Conference Call on Your iPhone - dummies » Starting a conference call on your iPhone is not as complicated as you think; follow these 3 easy steps to begin your call with multiple parties! Dummies.com

b-hive Communicator » Broadvoice's b-hive Communicator is an all-in-one phone service app for calling, video, text, and collaboration for your customers or team. Find out more. Broadvoice.com

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