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Topic # 99053 11-Mar-2012 23:23 Send private message

I have just switched to skinny from telecom. Everythimg seems to work except I've got a red dot on my Phone icon telling me that I have a message. I hit the Voicemail icon and it dials what I think to be a telecom message system. I can dial 222 and I can listen to my messages on skinny, but this is anoying.
Is anybody else having this problem? Skinny just tell me its a problem with my phone.

I've searched the net and find this is a comon problem. Unfortunatly all the surposed fixs don't seem to work.

Tried dialing: *5005*86*222# (which is meant to reset voicemail number) Didn't work . Also tried adding 64, +64, 1 and a * before 222 but nothing.

Any ideas? 
  

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  Reply # 594264 12-Mar-2012 17:26 Send private message

deadmeat: I have just switched to skinny from telecom. Everythimg seems to work except I've got a red dot on my Phone icon telling me that I have a message. I hit the Voicemail icon and it dials what I think to be a telecom message system. I can dial 222 and I can listen to my messages on skinny, but this is anoying.
Is anybody else having this problem? Skinny just tell me its a problem with my phone.

I've searched the net and find this is a comon problem. Unfortunatly all the surposed fixs don't seem to work.

Tried dialing: *5005*86*222# (which is meant to reset voicemail number) Didn't work . Also tried adding 64, +64, 1 and a * before 222 but nothing.

Any ideas? 
  


Hi changing the voicemail number is a known issue which will get scheduled for a fix in a future release.   Sorry, can't help at the moment - in fact when I asked my device guy if he had a fix for it he just growled at me - apparently it annoys him as well.  

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