All plans from Virgin Mobile include Caller ID, Call Forwarding(most phones), Call Waiting, 3-Way Conference Calling(most phones), and Voicemail.
• Three-way calling is not supported on most Virgin Mobile and Assurance Wireless devices released prior to 2013. Three-way calling works on the
following Virgin Mobile and Assurance Wireless devices:
1- BlackBerry Curve 8530
2- iPhone 4
3- iPhone 4S
4- Samsung Galaxy S II - Three-way calling will be enabled with a software update scheduled for Q1 2013
5- Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE
6- Kyocera Event
7- Kyocera Brio(payLo and Assurance Wireless plans)
The following phones should also work with three-way calling since they were released during 2013: iPhone 5/5s, Samsung Galaxy S III, Supreme, Awe,
Reef, HTC Desire.
• System Update: 3 Way Calling
There's no additional charge to use the 3 Way Calling feature, however you'll be charged standard rates for both calls while you're connected to both calls.
For example, if you're on the Pay As You Go plan, and you're talking to a friend, you're being charged 20¢/min for that call. If you make a second call without
dropping the first call (to use the 3 Way Calling feature), you'll be charged 40¢/min since you're on two calls at the same time (20¢ per min, per call).
If you're on the Monthly plan with a limited number of minutes, a minute will be used for each call for each minute of talk time.
• For the further details click 'Support' at the top of this page and ask Virgin Mobile's Customer Care via phone or email. You can dial *86 on your Virgin Mobile phone, too. You can also click LIVE CHAT on the left side of this web page, if available.
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