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Straight to voicemail

Discussion in 'Alltel Forum' started by 29c3, Aug 25, 2008.

  1. 29c3

    29c3 New Member

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    Hey guys,

    I have alltel for my service and I have an LG ax300 phone. I wanted to know what the dial numbe rto go straight to someone voicemail box? Anyways thanks
     
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    bikebryan Senior Member
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    You just call them, and when they don't answer you get their VM. You can't dial directly to it if their phone is on.
     
  3. royc

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    I believe you are asking for the "backdoor" into the voicemail system. Each market has a different backdoor number, if one exists at all. The best list I know of is at:

    Voicemail Backdoor Numbers - Alltel Wiki

    If you dial the backdoor from your Alltel phone, it will just send you to your own voicemail. If you dial from a landline, it will ask which voice mailbox you want. You can then enter the 10 digit phone number of a friend's phone and leave them a voicemail, without first ringing their phone.

    royc
     
  4. 29c3

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    Thanks royc, will try it out. Also Bike I can, but there in class most of the time so I don't want to call them just want to leave people message and later call me back without disturbing what there doing and be much quicker than ring and ringing to voice mail.
     
  5. bikebryan

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    If they are in class they shouldn't have their phone on to start with, or at the very least have it set to vibrate or NO ring out of respect for the instructor and other students. So calling them shouldn't disturb them.
     
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    Thanks it worked, which I tried. Thanks again Royc. School is a system to fail anyways who cares.
     

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