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Topic # 22159 19-May-2008 00:01 Send private message

hello

what is with the 3 random beeps before a phonecall is connected (send/receive) on telecom mobile?


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  Reply # 131684 19-May-2008 06:02 Send private message

It means you have new voice mail waiting.






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  Reply # 131688 19-May-2008 08:02 Send private message

had an after thought it might be that,

unfortunately i dont know my pin number and dont feel i should punish myself and have to call up telecom to try and retieve it


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  Reply # 131690 19-May-2008 08:16 Send private message

Calling 123 is not punishment. You'd be surprised how quick you'll get this done.




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  Reply # 131845 19-May-2008 17:44 Send private message

123 has picked up before i could hang up when i have accidently called them twice before.
Quite suprising actually.

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  Reply # 132131 20-May-2008 18:21 Send private message

You could press hash, after a few moments of listening to the voice spiel.  Then you can select the old fashioned way.  Or you could just go into a Telecom Store and ask them to fix it for you.  Then, when your PIN is reset, you can go into the voicemail settings and turn optional pin ON.  See, when it's ON, you don't need the pin, when it's OFF, you do! 



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  Reply # 132191 20-May-2008 21:59 Send private message

ok cheers for the advice

will try give them a call tomorrow

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