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‎10-26-2013 03:59 PM

My current bundle includes Voicemail (not Fios) which has never been activated. I would like to activate my voice mail. I have received instructions from http://www.verizon.com/cs/groups/public/documents/adacct/ug-vn-hvm-e_11-11_update-v2.pdf which are not working.

When I dial my voicemail access number
The recorded greeting says
“if you want to leave a message. redial the number.
If you have a mailbox, press the pound key”
— press pound key
Message responds “please dial your mailbox number”
– if I enter my voice mail access number “that is not a valid mailbox”
– if I enter my home number, “that is not a valid mailbox”
– if I enter last 4 digits (starter password), I am brought back to the welcome message

Please identify the error I am making and help me get to the activation menu. I have been unsuccessful working with the Chat agents and was unable to open a ticket (page kept losing focus and refreshing. I hope that Support monitors these forums as well).

At 6:50pm on 10/26/13, I used the online password reset feature to reset my VM password. A confirmation message told me that this reset was successful and displayed the new voice mail number. This number is also not recognized when I call the access number.

Call your 10-digit wireless number. When you hear your voicemail greeting, press the * key to interrupt it. If you reach the main voicemail system greeting, enter your 10-digit wireless phone number, then interrupt your greeting by pressing the * key.

How do I set up voicemail on my Huawei?

How To Set Up Voicemail On Huawei P20 Pro

  • Select Phone.
  • Press and hold the number 1.
  • If your voicemail is not set up, select OK.
  • Scroll to SIM 1 or SIM 2 and select Additional settings.
  • Select Voicemail.
  • Select Voicemail number.
  • Enter the Voicemail number and select OK.
  • Repeat steps 2-3 to check your voicemail.

How do I set up voicemail on s10e?

Set Up Voicemail

  1. From the home screen, select the Phone app. Note: Alternately, you can set up voicemail by selecting the Phone app then selecting and holding the 1 key.
  2. Select Keypad, then select the Visual Voicemail icon.
  3. Select Start.
  4. Select Ok.

How do I access my Verizon home phone voicemail?

Retrieve Voicemail Messages

  • Call the Voicemail box: Press *86 (*VM) then the Send key. Press and hold number 1 to use the voicemail speed dial. If calling from another number, dial the 10-digit mobile phone number then press # to interrupt the greeting.
  • Follow the prompts to enter your password and retrieve your messages.

How do I activate my voicemail on Verizon?

Method 1 Activate your Verizon Wireless Voice Mail

  1. Press *86 and then send from your Verizon Wireless device.
  2. Press the # key to proceed, if you hear a greeting message.
  3. Follow the instructions to create a password, a personalized greeting message, or to change your voice mailbox options.

How do I setup my Verizon home phone?

Verizon Wireless Home Phone – Activate / Set Up Device

  • Insert the battery.
  • Attach the antenna to the device.
  • Disconnect the home telephone from the wall jack.
  • Connect the home telephone to the device using a RJ11 phone cable.
  • Connect the power adapter to the device then plug it into an AC power receptacle.
  • Press the Power button.

How do I check my voicemail from a different phone from a landline?

Dial your landline phone number from another phone. Press “#” on the keypad when you hear your voice mail greeting message. Enter the PIN, when prompted. When checking your voice mail messages from a phone that is not the primary landline, you will have to enter the PIN to access the messages.

How do you setup a voicemail on a TracFone?

Steps

  1. Open your TracFone’s dialer. Tap the phone-shaped app icon on your TracFone’s main screen to do so.
  2. Press and hold 1 .
  3. Select a language.
  4. Confirm the change.
  5. Enter a password when prompted.
  6. Enter your first and last name.
  7. Confirm the name.
  8. Select a greeting if prompted.

What is the voicemail number for TracFone?

How do you set up voicemail on an Android phone?

  • Open the Phone app .
  • Press and hold “1” to call your voicemail.
  • Enter your PIN and press “#”.
  • Press “*” for the menu.
  • Press “4” to change settings.
  • Press “1” to change your greeting.
  • Follow the recorded instructions.

How do I change my voicemail message on my Huawei?

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How do I find the voicemail number for my phone?

On an iOS smartphone you can look up your phone number by going to the Settings app and then clicking Phone. For Android, press Settings, About Phone, and then Status. Your phone number will be listed here. Voicemail can sometimes be locked for privacy reasons but the code should be something that you created.

How do you setup a voicemail on a Samsung?

Step 1 of 6

  1. From the home screen, tap Phone.
  2. Tap the Visual Voicemail Icon. Note: Alternately, you can set up voicemail by pressing and holding the number 1 key.
  3. Tap START.
  4. Tap OK.
  5. Visual Voicemail is now ready for use.
  6. View the Access voicemail tutorial for tips to manage your voicemail.

How do I access voicemail on s10?

Samsung Galaxy S10 – Check Voicemail

  • From a Home screen, swipe up or down from the center of the display to access the apps screen. These instructions only apply to Standard mode and the default Home screen layout.
  • Tap Voicemail .
  • If necessary, tap Verizon then tap Voicemail.
  • From the Visual Voicemail inbox, tap the Menu icon (upper-right).
  • Tap Refresh.

How do I access visual voicemail?

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How do I set up voicemail on Verizon?

How do I set up my voicemail?

  1. Enter *VM (*86).
  2. Tap the Call button.
  3. Follow the setup tutorial, which will walk you through selecting a password and recording both a voice signature and greeting for your voice mailbox. Note: If you hear your own or a system greeting, you’ve already set up your voicemail.

How do I set up voicemail on my home phone?

To set up your new voice mailbox:

  • Dial *99 from your home phone, or dial your local access number from any other phone and follow the steps (press # and enter your 10-digit phone number).
  • Enter your temporary PIN which is your 10-digit phone number (for example, 3065551234).
  • Enter a new PIN.
  • Follow the steps to:

Why is my voicemail unavailable on my iPhone?

Go to the Settings app, switch Airplane Mode to off, then switch it back on 30 seconds later. If that doesn’t work, go to Settings > General > Reset and select Reset Network Settings. You also might want to try powering down your iPhone and turning it back on.

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    i purchased this app yesterday. i do not know where to find how to activate. can someone provide specific instructions..

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    Premium Visual Voicemail is a great feature and we want to ensure that you can activate it and that it works for you, memejoann. What make and model device do you have? When you say that you purchased the App? Please clarify how you purchased it? Was it from Verizon Wireless or a App store like the Google Play store or Apple App store?

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    If my response answered your question please click the �Correct Answer� button under my response. This ensures others can benefit from our conversation. Thanks in advance for your help with this!!

    Man, if Verizon wasn’t the only game in town, I’d have switched ages ago. That stinks what happened to you with VVM. I remember having VVM on my old Windows Phone, and it was awesome. Then, out of the blue, they dropped VVM support for nearly all phones except iPhones. I’m still bitter about that.

    On an unrelated note, I’m genuinely concerned about their dropping of CDMA. I only get 1X (and occasionally 3g) coverage at my house. My town might turn into a dead zone :-/

    VVM is working normally like I’ve used it on other devices in the past.

    There is a voicemail tab on the phone application that let’s me see, play, delete (etc) my voicemails.

    VVM is working normally like I’ve used it on other devices in the past.

    There is a voicemail tab on the phone application that let’s me see, play, delete (etc) my voicemails.

    I set up my new Key2 LE last night and thought all was working well. I discovered my basic visual voicemail does not work: "Visual Voicemail is Disabled. Please contact Customer Support to activate visual voicemail." Tier I Tech Support stated it will not work with my device. He tried to activate premium, but that also would not work.

    I should mention that I did not change my SIM card, just moved it from my PRIV and called VZW to add the "CDMA-less feature" to my account.

    Any suggestions on how to get basic VVM to work?

    I set up my new Key2 LE last night and thought all was working well. I discovered my basic visual voicemail does not work: "Visual Voicemail is Disabled. Please contact Customer Support to activate visual voicemail." Tier I Tech Support stated it will not work with my device. He tried to activate premium, but that also would not work.

    I should mention that I did not change my SIM card, just moved it from my PRIV and called VZW to add the "CDMA-less feature" to my account.

    Samsung Galaxy S21 is a new great phone that offers so many smart features. From some features in this phone, there is a feature that is useful to help you leave a voice message to someone. Yes, it is a voicemail. As the user, can you setup voicemail on your new Samsung Galaxy S21 series? If you never know how to setup voicemail on Samsung Galaxy S21, it means that you are very poor. You can use this feature when someone you call is absent or has another conversation.

    How to activate voicemail on verizon

    Step by step to setup voicemail on Galaxy S21

    There are two steps you have to do before you can use voicemail on your phone. The first is that you have to add a voicemail number. This number varies by country and also your service provider. If you’e use AT&T, you can follow AT&T Galaxy S21 voicemail setting.

    Setup voicemail number on Samsung Galaxy S21 Series

    To setting up your voicemail number, follow the steps below.

    How to activate voicemail on verizon

    • Open the “Phone” app.
    • Tap the 3 dots on the top right.
    • Tap “Settings“.
    • Tap “Voicemail“.
    • Tap “Voicemail Settings“.
    • Take note of the green number below “Voicemail number“.
    • Go back to the dialer and enter the number from Step 6 (including the *).
    • Press the green phone button.
    • The voicemail number has been set.
    • Return to the Start screen.

    If you are a new customer and have not established a voicemail box, you will be prompted to choose a password and greeting.

    • Must be from 4 to 10 digits long.
    • Can’t be a single digit repeated (like 1111).
    • Can’t be an ascending or descending sequence (like 1234 or 7654).
    • Can’t be your phone number or part of it.
    • Can’t be 7890, 2580 or 1210.
    • Can’t be the same as a previous PIN.

    Setup a personal voicemail greeting on the Samsung Galaxy S21 Series

    After setting the number on your voicemail, you must also record a personal voicemail greeting. Follow the steps below.

    How to activate voicemail on verizon

    • Start the Phone app. if you don’t see the numeric keypad, tap “Keypad” at the bottom of the screen.
    • Tap and hold the “1” for about two seconds until the phone automatically calls voicemail.
    • Immediately tap “3” to access voicemail settings.
    • Listen to the options. On most voicemail systems, tap “2” to start the process to record a new greeting.
    • The current personal greeting will play; then tap “2” again to record a new greeting.
    • Say the greeting you want, and tap “#” when you’re done. To save the greeting, tap “1.”
    • The personal voicemail greeting has been set. Hangup the phone.

    How to setup voicemail using a Visual Voicemail Applications

    If you have a visual voicemail applications installed on your Galaxy S21, you can alternately use that app to record and set a greeting instead.

    How to activate voicemail on verizon

    In the T-Mobile Visual Voicemail app, for example, tap the three-dot menu at the top right and then choose “Settings.” In the Greetings & Pin section, you can tap the default greeting and record a new one.

    Here are visual voicemail apps for the most common cellular providers:

    How to listen voicemail messages on your Samsung Galaxy S21

    When you receive a new voicemail, the Voicemail icon will appear in the notification bar. You can also access your voicemail to check your messages by selecting and holding the One (1) key from the dial pad, follow these steps:

    • From any Home screen, tap Applications.
    • Scroll to and tap Visual Voicemail.
    • Scroll to and tap the voicemail message you want to hear.
    • Tap the blue Play icon to listen to the message.

    By reading the steps to setup voicemail on your new Samsung Galaxy S21, you can see that to do it is not so difficult, right? So, just follow the steps mentioned above well to let you enjoy this kind of smart service provided by Samsung. Have a nice try, smart users!

    When your mobile phone number is busy or you don’t answer, you can send the calls to your Google voicemail instead of your phone’s voicemail. If you use your carrier’s voicemail on more than one phone, you can use Google voicemail instead to check them all at once.

    Use Google Voice voicemail instead of your phone’s voicemail

    Most mobile phone carriers provide a feature called Conditional Call Forwarding (CCF) or No answer/busy transfer. To send busy or unanswered calls to your Google Voice voicemail, set up this feature on your mobile number.

    Each mobile phone carrier uses a set of star (*) commands to turn conditional call forwarding on or off. These commands may vary by carrier. For the most accurate information, contact your mobile carrier and ask for their conditional call forwarding commands.

    Some mobile service providers are subsidiaries or resellers of the major carriers’ service. Plans on these service providers may not support conditional call forwarding. Contact your service provider to learn more.

    Note: If you have more than one phone number linked to your Google Voice number, you need to set up conditional call forwarding on every linked number. Some traditional or VoIP service providers also support this feature. Contact your service provider to learn more.

    On your mobile phone’s keypad, not the Google Voice app keypad, enter the appropriate commands, using your Google Voice number as the forwarding destination.

    Example: AT&T Wireless customers

    To turn on conditional call forwarding, enter the following 3 commands one at a time on your phone’s keypad, and wait for confirmation. After entering each command, tap Send or Call, hang up, and enter the next command. Replace 1234567890 with your Google Voice number.

    1. Call forward if unanswered: *61*1234567890#
    2. Call forward if unreachable: *62*1234567890#
    3. Call forward if busy: *67*1234567890#

    Example: Verizon Wireless customers

    Verizon Wireless has 2 methods to control conditional call forwarding: star (*) commands, or a menu on their customer website. You can use either method.

    To turn on conditional call forwarding, enter *711234567890 on your phone’s keypad, wait for the confirmation stutter tone, then hang up.

    Switch back to your phone’s voicemail

    If you stop using Google Voice, you should turn off conditional call forwarding on your phone. To turn off conditional call forwarding, use the appropriate commands for your mobile carrier or use your carrier’s website to make the change. For assistance, contact your carrier.

    Example: AT&T Wireless customers

    To turn off conditional call forwarding, enter the following 3 commands one at a time on your phone’s keypad, and wait for confirmation. After entering each command, tap Send or Call, hang up, and enter the next command:

    1. Call forward if unanswered: ##61#
    2. Call forward if unreachable: ##62#
    3. Call forward if busy: ##67#

    Example: Verizon Wireless customers

    To turn off conditional call forwarding, enter *73 on your phone’s keypad, wait for the confirmation stutter tone, then hang up.

    Help make voicemail transcripts more accurate

    Computer programs automatically transcribe voicemail. You can donate your voicemails to help us improve the programs. Your account information won’t be attached to your voicemails, and no one will listen to your voicemails because machines analyze them.

    1. On your computer, go to voice.google.com.
    2. At the top right, click Settings .
    3. On the left, click Voicemail.
    4. Turn on Let Google analyze voicemail transcripts.

    You can turn this option off any time, and we’ll stop using your messages.

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    ‎04-05-2018 02:13 PM

    Hello, Does anybody know how to access voicemail on their landline phone. when I put the number verizon gave me it says it is not valid. I am putting in the # sign and the number they gave me which is the last 4 of my home phone number.

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    ‎04-05-2018 03:48 PM

    Read it carefully. The # goes after not before.

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    ‎04-06-2018 03:05 AM

    Okay Thank you. How do i clear it so I can try again.

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    ‎04-06-2018 05:10 AM

    Read the instructions in the link I sent you.

    @bookworm19wrote:

    Okay Thank you. How do i clear it so I can try again.

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    ‎04-06-2018 09:01 AM

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    ‎07-01-2018 04:01 PM

    I would also like to know how to access the voicemail. I called customer service and went thru 4 people without an answer, the 4th was cut off. I asked for voicemail access number and change of passcode. I still don’t have it. They told me to go to website and it is only for FIOS.

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    ‎07-02-2018 02:40 AM

    @Rockinghorserun wrote:

    I would also like to know how to access the voicemail. I called customer service and went thru 4 people without an answer, the 4th was cut off. I asked for voicemail access number and change of passcode. I still don’t have it. They told me to go to website and it is only for FIOS.

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    ‎01-01-2018 08:29 AM

    We have phone service through our My Fios bundle. We would like to disable the voice mail feature since we have a new phone system that includes an answering machine. I haven’t found a way to disable the Verizon Fios voice mail. Anyone know how to do that?

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    ‎01-05-2018 08:27 AM

    You can set your answer machine to wait 3 rings instead of 4 rings to pick up or call into Tech Support and have them set the ring count to 5 so that your answering machine picks up first or remove voice mail entirely.

    I recommand keeping the voice mail on the account in the event something happens where your answering machine can’t receive the call so that people can still leave you voicemails.

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    ‎01-07-2018 01:04 PM

    I have the same issue. The first thing to do is to call TechSupport and have them change the ring cycle to 10. This is the number of rings before voicemail picks up. Your answering system typically picks up at 4 rings, so it will do so before the voicemail system does. However, if you’re on the phone, hear the call waiting tone, and don’t answer, the phone will continue to ring, and if the caller has enough patience to wait for 10 rings, they will get your (not set up) voicemailbox, which will still take a message, but not deliver it until you set up the voicemail you didn’t want.

    I have not reached the business office to see if the Voicemail feature can be disabled or if it is an integral feature of the bundled features (sometimes it is with VoIP systems because other functions depend on routing to voicemail when certain other features are enabled). At worst, your home answering system will pickup the vast majority of calls, and only when you have a very patient caller and you’re already on the phone, will anyone ever reach your VM. The issue then becomes that you can’t clear the message waiting indicator without setting up the voicemailbox you didn’t want.

    Can’t get it to work on my 7T. Not sure if it requires root or a special dialer?

    zeusofyork

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 3:06 PM
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    Anyone got VVM working?

    Can’t get it to work on my 7T. Not sure if it requires root or a special dialer?

    Cowbell_Guy

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 4:46 PM
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    Ok, interesting. Its not working on Verizon, does not show the transcript (translated messages), only the option to play or delete voice excerpts

    OuncE718

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 7:42 PM
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    I thought the apps ONLY work with the said carrier. In other words how can you use a Verizon voicemail app on a different network or even the T-Mobile app.

    Sent from my [device_name] using XDA-Developers Legacy app

    Cowbell_Guy

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 7:53 PM
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    zeusofyork

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 10:06 PM
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    Cowbell_Guy

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 11:16 PM
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    RobM87

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    • Nov 6, 2019 at 11:27 PM
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    zeusofyork

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    • Nov 7, 2019 at 12:00 AM
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    Cowbell_Guy

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    • Nov 7, 2019 at 12:11 AM
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    Ah ok, very interesting. Never would have thought there would be a difference between sim slots?

    When you say VVM is working- you mean the messages are actually being transcribed? If so thats awesome

    Cowbell_Guy

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    • Nov 7, 2019 at 12:12 AM
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    zeusofyork

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    • Nov 7, 2019 at 12:36 AM
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    Ah ok, very interesting. Never would have thought there would be a difference between sim slots?

    When you say VVM is working- you mean the messages are actually being transcribed? If so thats awesome

    RobM87

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    • Nov 7, 2019 at 1:55 AM
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    Ah ok, very interesting. Never would have thought there would be a difference between sim slots?

    When you say VVM is working- you mean the messages are actually being transcribed? If so thats awesome

    skelzer

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    • Nov 12, 2019 at 3:25 PM
    • #14

    OK so I’ve been troubleshooting this for a few days in great detail. I can confirm that I have the provisioning right on VZW’s side and both SIMs are working fine. To be clear, this problem is actually comprised of 2 separate issues that need to be resolved on the 7T via VZW:

    1) Visual Voicemails for one of two lines do not download/open when two SIMs are active (with both Basic and Premium VVM provisioning). The only SIM that successfully downloads voicemails is the line that is designated as the Default SIM for Mobile Data. Let’s say that SIM1 is being used for Mobile Data. The issue seems to be that VZW doesn’t allow for SIM2 to download the VVM data via SIM1. You can test this by disabling SIM1, clearing the Phone app storage, rebooting, and allowing SIM2 to reactivate VVM. You’ll see that all the voicemails come through just fine. When you activate a second SIM and a caller leaves a new voicemail, you will briefly see a VVM entry pop-up. then when you click Play, it shows an error and nothing is heard. So, again, my guess is that VZW isn’t allowing VVM data for one SIM to download via another (likely a legacy security framework). This needs to be fixed by VZW (or OnePlus/Google would need make a second Mobile Data source available via the OS that apps could switch on/off as needed – note, only one can be active at a time with DSDS).

    2) Regardless of SIM1 and SIM2 data issues, "Premium" VVM is only partially working on the current build of the 7T Phone app. Assuming SIM1 is active and designated for Mobile Data AND Premium VVM is correctly provisioned on VZW’s side, when a caller leaves a new voicemail the audio is transcribed to text and delivered correctly to the phone. The text appears in the notification banner as previously stated in this thread. However, when you go into the Phone app and click on the new VM entry, all you see is the audio play/stop widget. None of the transcribed text is displayed. So, fair to say, this is an app issue which needs to be fixed by OnePlus.

    FYI, I’ve tried every possible modified/patched build of the Google Phone (Go) app. and none of them worked with VVM. I’m out of ideas for a native dialer that supports Premium VVM. If *anyone* has two VM lines working on VZW, please share.