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Why do I get a busy signal when I call certain people?

There might be a few different reasons why you are getting a busy signal when you call certain people. The most common cause is that the line is already in use, either because the person you are trying to call is already on the phone, or their phone line is physically busy because of some type of interference.

It could also be the case that the line is blocked due to call forwarding or another type of service. In some cases, there could be an issue with the phone line itself or with the provider that is causing the busy signal.

To resolve the issue, you may need to contact your provider to troubleshoot the matter.

Does it say line busy when blocked?

No, it doesn’t say “line busy” when a number is blocked. When a number is blocked, it typically means that the call won’t go through at all, and the recipient’s phone won’t even ring. Instead, the person attempting to call may hear a message like “the number you are trying to reach has been disconnected” or just get a busy signal.

Why won’t my call go through to a certain number?

There are a variety of reasons why your call may not be able to go through to a certain number. It could be due to technical problems occurring at either your end or at the end of the person you are trying to contact.

It could also be that their phone is currently turned off, their number is no longer in service, or they live in an area with poor cell service coverage. Additionally, if you are calling an international number, there might be a problem with the exchange rate between your and their country.

Finally, if you are trying to call a premium rate number, then it may be that the phone network is not allowing the call to go through. The best way to solve this issue is to contact your phone provider and ask them if there is something wrong with your line, or check to see if the person you are trying to call has any technical problems.