Often, with an unsuccessful call, before resetting, you can hear some information record about the reason for the missed call. Such a record is called “pronunciation”, for example – “the subscriber cannot receive your call” or “incorrectly dialed number”. Let’s see at what stage of the call and where they come from.
If during a call you hear a Ukrainian spoken, it is a spoken spoken by a communication provider (for example, Lifecell, Kyivstar, Vodafone, etc.) and we just broadcast it.
But there are times when the call is completed, but the provider does not answer us with any pronunciation. In such cases, we wrote down our own (UniTalk pronunciations in Russian):
- The subscriber ended the conversation – this conversation is turned on when one of the participants in the conversation presses “end” or simply hangs up:
- The subscriber rejected the call – sounds when the called subscriber dropped the call without even picking up the phone:
- The subscriber is unavailable – such a pronunciation can be heard when more than 40 seconds of dialing have passed, but the end subscriber neither answered nor dropped;
- Call direction unavailable – sounds when the number of the called subscriber does not fall into any rule of the outgoing call script. This situation is possible when the number is entered in the wrong format, or does not exist at all.
- All outgoing lines are busy – sounds if none of the rules matched for dialing in the outgoing script. For example, when the operator calls the code 096…, and this code is not specified in the script, and further, according to the rules, there are no common numbers for calls:
- In this line of work, there are rare cases when there are some problems with the transit number (“through which” you are calling, not to be confused with “to which”) and technical work is being carried out promptly to resume.