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Topic # 50986 26-Nov-2009 14:58
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Hi,

Let's say you have a call back service (2talk's for example). You activate it and it calls you back. Either by lack of GSM reception or if you accidentally press NO on your phone, the call gets redirected to the voicemail and it starts recording the dialtone.
How do you interrupt this? Will the voicemail automatically hangup after 5 minutes or a specified period?


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  Reply # 277003 27-Nov-2009 16:49
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Have you tried emailing 2Talk's support?



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  Reply # 277014 27-Nov-2009 17:07
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I'd rather buy a lotto ticket, we all know that if 2talk works, then everybody's happy, if it doesn't, tough luck :)

I was wondering what's the time limit on Vodafone/Telecom voicemail, how long a voicemail can be. That might be a possible answer to my original question.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 277088 27-Nov-2009 21:23
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I realise that some users have had problems getting "adequate support" from 2Talk, but I've always found them very helpful and they have responded to every email in a prompt & timely manner. I should add that they have always answered their telephone support line promptly and unlike other service providers I've been able to speak with someone that actually does have tech knowledge.

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