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Verizon, AC and the Motorola v120c

Discussion in 'All Other Brands of Wireless Phones' started by Pitapony, Feb 23, 2002.

  1. Pitapony

    Pitapony New Member

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    A little history: I'm on the Verizon AC plan. I have the Motorola v120c phone (which I love, I think).
    Question #1: If someone calls me and wants to leave a message (text), they are told (by a simulated voice) that they can leave a voice message or that pressing #1 will leave a text message (Call Home, I think), pressing #2 will leave another message (Call work) or they can press numbers 3 through 7 for other messages.

    Well, testing this out, I pressed #3...checked my cell phone, and that's exactly what I got...a #3!!! What are the numbers #3 through 7 used for?

    And when I set up my mailbox, I was told (via directions from Verizon) to "speak with a smile in my voice, yada yada yada....but then, after my message, this other voice (Vera, I call her) comes on with HER message.

    Am I doing something wrong here??
     
  2. Apoc

    Apoc Senior Member
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    Pita,

    Heres what may have happen it depends on what type of VM system Verizon Wireless is using in your area what I would do is contact Verizon Wireless and have them reset your VM and have them conference call your box to make sure it setup properly. I have found this the more convient way to handle the problem.

    It will work this way promise!!
     

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