Techniques are presented herein that help a calling party understand how long they should expect to wait, following a missed telephone call to a called party, to receive a return call from the called party. In support of that functionality, the presented techniques may learn about a called party’s behaviors (through, for example, entries in their electronic calendar, entries in a to-do list, etc. and their calling patterns) and create (e.g., reminder) entries in a called party’s calendar. A first aspect of the presented techniques encompasses determining an amount of time that should be allowed for a call between a calling and a called party; a second aspect encompasses determining when a called party is next available to make a call; and a third aspect encompasses determining the times when a called party typically returns calls.

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