Everyone needs time away from the endless phone calls from time to time, but having what if you can get to do that while still retaining the ability to use data, access the internet and even send iMessage, Awesome right! You can still make outbound phone calls, you just won’t receive any phone calls back to the iPhone itself. What’s really great about iPhones is that you always get to choose everything with a very little twist with the setting and bam there you go.
You might not be able to this by just switching off some options on the phone settings, but no worries, we always have a way to turn things around and we will guide you through the whole process here. All you have to do is to forward your call to either a fake nonexistent number or by sending your calls automatically to voicemail which is a much better option since you will be able to check those calls later on.
In case you decided to use your first option of forwarding your phone calls to a nonexistent number, you just need to need to locate a phone number that doesn’t actually exist and to double check that before activating the service try to call that number to make sure that it doesn’t really exist otherwise you will have someone else having to your phone calls instead.
However if you want to forward the calls straight to voice mail, then you might want to find your voice mail number first. Get your iPhone and dial *#67# then hit call. Ignore all the “Setting Interrogation Succeeded Voice Call Forwarding” stuff and just pay attention to the number following “Forwards to” – this is the voice mail number.
You can turn everything back to how it was whenever you want simply by going back to your settings>Phone>Call forwarding then flip the switch OFF and you are back!