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i need the unicel voicemail number

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by jaso109, Aug 23, 2008.

  1. jaso109

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    i got a new phone today i bought it online and put in my simcard the phone works fine but its missing a bunch of stuff my unicel phone came with One thing is i need the unicel Voicemail phone number so i can save it in my voice mail settings.

    also i cannot use the gsm web it says subscribe to gprs first which i have it i used it on my old phone. i am using a 3220B same as i had before. also it does not have the option to enter your own url under services.

    is there any thing i can do to restore the unicel default phone settings.
     
  2. Telekom

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    I don't know if this is obvious, but did you consider that if you call Unicel they can tell you what the voicemail number is?

    You need to configure the data on the new phone. If the phone is a Nokia 3220B Nokia has an on line configurator that will send the settings automatically to your phone. Unicel may even have this service.
     
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    Perhaps dialing *#62# will reveal the voicemail number?
     
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    *#62# is for unreachable. I think you meant *#61# which normally is for roll to voicemail unless you've specified another number.
     
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    Just call your self and it will go to voicemail.

    for internet just go to google and type in Unicel Wap settings.
     
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    For GSM that's not a solution. You need to get the real voicemail center number. Unicel has a customer service number. It's free to call. People are paid to provide customer service. Call their customer service number.
     
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    Oh course people have a job to do. I just suggesting the call your own number until the OP could get the correct number.

    I have GSM as well but just set up my phones to call my own number. I cant stand calling CS regardless of the carrier and I get bored of my phones and buy new ones, so for me its easier to just to call myself.
     
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    Either you have the wrong carrier or don't know how to go about it :) I've never had a problem calling customer care and getting the information I needed in only a few minutes.
     
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    I dont know how Tmobile is but when I had Voicestream they actually were easy to work with.

    I know how to go about it and I actually work for my carrier and I have seen the Voicemail system many times. It doesnt cost me anything to call my self and its just as fast as calling the Voicemail system directly.

    Even as an employee I have had bad experiences with my CS. Just this weekend they turned off a couple of my work phones along with my personal ones. Upon calling CS the rep was clueless and kept telling me the last 4 digits of my SSN didnt match the account even after telling them a dozen times that its a generic work account.
     

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