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Topic # 79689 21-Mar-2011 07:31
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Just wondering if this is a iOS 4.3 thing or a Telecom thing:

I haven't had any voicemails for a while, but since updating to 4.3 I now just get an automatically generated text message under the person's name saying there is a voicemail.

iPhone users will know that it used to be a notification together with a solid red dot over top of the Phone app.

Anyone else noticed this? 




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  Reply # 450245 21-Mar-2011 07:39
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It actually sounds like you may have the voicemail viewer turned on. You can call the help desk to have it switched off.

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  Reply # 450249 21-Mar-2011 07:53
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Voicemail viewer? I've never heard of that.




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  Reply # 450250 21-Mar-2011 07:58
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Voicemail viewer is a new voicemail notification service. If you prefer the older voicemail message waiting notification (red dot) then call 123 and they can change it for you.




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  Reply # 450253 21-Mar-2011 08:05
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Great, thanks for your help Neal!




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  Reply # 450305 21-Mar-2011 10:53
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Read all about it:

http://www.iphonewzealand.co.nz/2010/all/telecom-voicemail-viewe-launching-today-next-best-thing-to-visual-voicemail/

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