multiline appearances

multiline appearances

[¦məl·tē′līn ə′pir·ən·səz]
(communications)
The ability of a telephone to receive or originate additional voice or data calls at the terminal while it is still engaged in the primary voice call.
The ability to bring additional parties to a primary telephone call.
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The phones are all multidisplay, with the capability of having multiline appearances at each extension.
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