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Thread: Voicemail divert ... HELP??!!

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    Default Voicemail divert ... HELP??!!
    Hi i would be very greatful if someone could help!!

    Ive got an unlocked iphone in UK, on 02 network.

    Ive managed to set the voicemail key to call my voicemail but it wont divert to it if someone calls??!! It just rings and rings?!

    Is there a way to fix this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barryyoung View Post
    Hi i would be very greatful if someone could help!!

    Ive got an unlocked iphone in UK, on 02 network.

    Ive managed to set the voicemail key to call my voicemail but it wont divert to it if someone calls??!! It just rings and rings?!

    Is there a way to fix this problem?
    Call forwarding to your voicemail is a function of your service carrier, not your iPhone.

    Dial *#61# on your keypad and press CALL. This will tell you your voicemail number. Once you have it, Dial *61*1VOICEMAILNUMBER*11*20# and press CALL.

    If successful, you should get the following messages:

    Setting Activation Succeeded
    Voice Call Forwarding
    When Unanswered

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    Hi Eurisko

    I wonder if you could help me too? For reasons too boring to explain. I gave my sim card to someone to put in an unlocked phone and since it was going to take a couple of days, I diverted voice calls (via my old handset) to my home number. I didn't realise that the iphone doesn't seem to have these kind of network request settings. Do you know a similar process for cancelling a divert? I am in Singapore though on Starhub, so perhaps all bets are off. I'd love to do it without popping out the sim etc etc

    Any advice most gratefully received

    maxpat

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    Hi Maxpat. The iPhone actually has these functions built-in. Go to Settings -> Phone -> Call Forwarding where you simply flick the switch to turn it off. You can also do it manually be dialing *73 on the keypad and pressing CALL.

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    thanks so much, Eurisko. People like you are a godsend to the rest of us!
    Much appreciated
    maxpat

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    It doesn't work on 1.1.1 iphones, right? I would like to make my voicemail button to work again.
    Search restults are "overwhelming" but nothing about Voicemail itself.
    Signature? Why?

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