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This is driving me crazy, I've been to several websites already trying to get an answer and the sequence of numbers ...

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    Exclamation HELP! How do you change voicemail back to English from Spanish?

    This is driving me crazy, I've been to several websites already trying to get an answer and the sequence of numbers never works, I think they are usually for Verizonicon. All I know is when I try hitting the right menu buttons it always states "that is not one of the options" in spanish. What is the correct way to switch to English for Sprinticon? This is driving me crazy

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    Default Re: HELP! How do you change voicemail back to English from Spanish?

    I just went through my Sprinticon voicemail menu and there was no menu option to change the language. How did you get it to Spanish?

    I would try calling Sprinticon and ask them to reset your voicemail.

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    Talking Re: HELP! How do you change voicemail back to English from Spanish?

    Yea I spoke to a Spanish friend of mine and they told me I had to call and reset it which sucks lol. I have no idea how it happened but I called them and they switched it for me. sweet.

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    Default Re: HELP! How do you change voicemail back to English from Spanish?

    Quote Originally Posted by WumpusVA View Post
    I just went through my Sprinticon voicemail menu and there was no menu option to change the language. How did you get it to Spanish?
    I depends on what voicemail system you're on. Some of them support a different language answering, the one that serves Southern California is one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TelcomJunkie View Post
    I depends on what voicemail system you're on. Some of them support a different language answering, the one that serves Southern California is one of them.

    I went to high school in Simi Valley, can't I miss it!
    OMG Really? It's a small world sometimes. Anyways, I guess this thread is over
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