Thank you for your reply. I know my voicemail forwarding number but doing the "dial *61*voicemail forwarding number**number of seconds#" step did not change the delay. It remained at the default setting.
Why is a functioning version of this code being held like something TOP SECRET? I've seen a couple of "solutions" but they are not revealed, or don't work, and ultimately they all involve off-forum communication.
It's a setting that should be simple (and ideally built into a phone's settings!)
I replied to your other post here. Those codes are the old GSM Codes. As mentioned in my other thread, those codes don't necessarily work for everyone. The solution is not Top Secret, those codes just don't work in every phone. If the codes don't work in your phone, they will need to make the change on their side.
Hope this helps 😀
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On your phone's keypad
First dial *#61# this will show you your voicemail forwarding number
Then dial *61*voicemail forwarding number**number of seconds#
The number of seconds must one of these numbers: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30
|Ring time:||Number of rings:|
|10 seconds||3 or 4|
|20 seconds||4 or 5|
|30 seconds||5 or 6|
If this method does not work for you then you will need to contact customer service and have them do it on their end. You can reach out to them through any of the available methods listed here.
the code for finding the voicemail forwarding number didn't work.
Why doesn't the voicemail number just display any more, like it used to. I had it entered into my contacts and it was handy when there were problems.