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How do I disable xfinity simultaneous calling?

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#1 superking75


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Posted 29 September 2016 - 05:22 PM

So I downloaded xfinity connect on my phone to get my xfinity email, (not my main but still use it). I also have xfinity home and internet. so now every time I get a stuipd spam call on my landline (few times an hour) my cel also rings.


How do I turn this off, I can't find the setting to do this.



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Posted 30 September 2016 - 12:12 PM

I can't find a way to disable that in the documentation either. If the Xfinity app is only used for getting your email and not used for any other features. I would lose the Xfinity app and configure a stand alone email app to retrieve, view and manage email.

Also the xfinity support site has chat support to ask them directly if you need more help.

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