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Topic # 10006 29-Oct-2006 23:09
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OK brought a new zealand phone z500v , had it a few weeks ( it is second hand) and found it is sending calls straight to the voice mail. no ring or vibrate at all. can anyone help with what is causing this and if there is a solution please?
i was having trouble with battery life but fix that i think with putting network setting to 900/1800 and returning them to the 3g network settings automatic if i am needing that service.

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  Reply # 50226 29-Oct-2006 23:34
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Hey,

Your voicemail may be set up to immediately forward all calls to voicemail.
If you go to this link: http://www.vodafone.co.nz/services/07.a.6_callforwarding.jsp on Vodafones website it gives instructions on how to change your settings
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Reply # 50235 30-Oct-2006 07:47
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If you are on prepay you can't setup diverts! if its only happening since you have purchased this handset get it checked out by the samsung service agent MFR.

Check with Mobile fone repair you have the latest firmware on the handset from samsung

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