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Topic # 152335 23-Sep-2014 21:31
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I have a Galaxy camera (uses simcard for txt & data but no traditional telephony hardware)
2dg sends me a txt each time I have a new voicemail message which I normally grab via dialing my own number from a landline. or 022 202 2002

I received a voice message yesterday, went to retrieve it ( tried both methods) system tells me I have no voice mail and need to set up my voicemail from a mobile phone.

Rang 2 dg support who stated I do indeed have voicemail but need to reset the pin which will delete my messages, or wait 5 days for the issue to be escalated.
without appearing impatient, I haven't got 5 days to wait for a voicemail.

anyone know of a workaround ?




 

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  Reply # 1135002 23-Sep-2014 21:32
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If it's on a number you never use ... what makes you think it is important?

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  Reply # 1135144 24-Sep-2014 06:56
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Put the SIM in a handset, call 202.




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