Is there a way to use my voice to "press" a button on the numeric keypad during a phone call, resulting in my handset sending the appropriate DTMF codes to the device on the other end?
I like to conduct business while riding my bike, and Siri can help me with most requests hands-free. However, interacting with a phone system on the other end seems to be where her assistance hits a hard stop -- I can't find a way to have Siri "press 1" or anything to that effect during a phone call.
While some phone systems accept voice input, many still rely upon DTMF tones to be sent through during the call to select certain menu items. Many times, hands are unavailable, and being prompted for keypad input can be frustrating and dangerous.
Is there a way to, for example, have Siri listen to calls for commands like "Siri, press one five one pound", to send the DTMF codes "151#" on behalf of my hands?