Find out how you can send transcriptions of your Voice Mail messages and audio files of those messages to your email.
Find out how you can send your Voice Mail messages as texts to your mobile phone.
To retrieve Voice Mail from your home phone, press *98. You can also access your Voice Mail from another phone or via computer.
Find out the steps you need to take to complete the setup of your Voice Mail.
Calls are directed to Voice Mail after 25 seconds, usually four or five rings.
Calls go to Voice Mail after 25 seconds, which is equivalent to two or three beeps.
If you have one or more new Voice Mail messages, when you pick up your phone you hear a stutter dial tone (several quick beeps) before the usual dial tone.
English is the default language for Voice Mail prompts. Find out how to change the language to Spanish.
Follow these steps to save Voice Mail messages to your computer's hard drive.
Your My Services account and your phone retrieve Voice Mail from the same location. If you remove Voice Mail using one tool, it is removed from both. If you want to keep messages but need to free up space in your Inbox, you can save Voice Mail messages to your computer's hard drive.
- Using Features & Services
- Anonymous Call Rejection (*77)
- Call Forwarding (*72)
- Call Return (*69)
- Call Waiting
- Call Waiting ID
- Caller ID
- Caller ID on TV
- Directory Listing and Assistance
- International Calling
- Long Distance Callling
- Repeat Dialing (*66)
- Second Line
- Selective Call Blocking
- Speed Dial (*74)
- Star Codes
- Three-Way Calling
- Voice Mail