hmm.. when I put my Rogers SIM in my phone, my voicemail button worked no problem.
1. First, take note of what your voicemail number is with your current provider (for example, in Spain the Vodafone voicemail number is 177).
2. Click on the phone button in your iPhone.
3. Click on the keypad tab.
4. Tap the following code:
The xxx is the voicemail number, in our example it will read: *5005*86*177#
5. Tap call.
6. After a second, the code will have been set.
7. Tap now on the voicemail button and it will automatically call your usual voicemail service.
I was looking for that option in the keypad for when you are just free dialing [still can't find it] but I did have an idea that was an extension of yours where I created a dummy contact with the correct *5005*... phone number using commas for pauses and tried calling that contact... it seemed to work since I didn't get an error message or anything but what I found is that the VM number on the phone wasn't updated at all. To fully test it I used the exact same contact and stored the same phone number without pauses and it worked fine. I'm starting to think it might not be possible [that is hard for me]Its a comma, I saw the keyboard display it when entering a new contact - try it out
I did what ((pg)) suggested and now cannot access voicemail...how do I reverse or delete this?hmm.. when I put my Rogers SIM in my phone, my voicemail button worked no problem.
I did what ((pg)) suggested and now cannot access voicemail...how do I reverse or delete this?
pauses are comas ?update: I gave up on using the "voicemail" button for my purpose and left it with the standard rogers VM number. I'm currently using a dummy contact with the phone number I needed [including pauses] added to my favourites; since it's only 1 extra tap it isn't too bad.
Me too.hmm.. when I put my Rogers SIM in my phone, my voicemail button worked no problem.