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#40146 25-Aug-2009 20:06
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How do you set up voicemail if you don't do it when activating the sim?

I didn't have time to do it when activating the sim so thought I would do it later. If you call 200 though there is no option for recording your personal greeting.

Anyone?

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  #250488 25-Aug-2009 20:13
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Try calling 202 instead :-)

202 is Voicemail, 200 is Customer Care. I think option 6 is setup.




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  #250851 26-Aug-2009 21:49
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or +64222022002

 
 
 
 


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  #250852 26-Aug-2009 21:51
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some people who use westpac for txt balance might have trouble as their txt number is 202

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  #251642 29-Aug-2009 23:42
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why call 202 cost 20c?

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  #251644 29-Aug-2009 23:55
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txt codes and phone numbers are completely different things. if you dial 202 and phone it you will have no problem setting up voicemail.

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  #253799 7-Sep-2009 17:26
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thinhvy: why call 202 cost 20c?


20 cents cost is standard with alll vobile networks as far I am aware of.

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  #253800 7-Sep-2009 17:27
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  #253826 7-Sep-2009 19:26
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kickzit:
thinhvy: why call 202 cost 20c?


20 cents cost is standard with alll vobile networks as far I am aware of.


Setting up voice mail is free on vodafone call 701

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  #253853 7-Sep-2009 20:33
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johnr:
kickzit:
thinhvy: why call 202 cost 20c?


20 cents cost is standard with alll vobile networks as far I am aware of.


Setting up voice mail is free on vodafone call 701

John



Haha, nice plug. I think it is free to set up. 2degrees on geekzone, please help me here!




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  #253920 7-Sep-2009 23:49
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The tech from 2degrees told me that the westpac 202 and their voicemail 202 is a problem. He didn't kow what is being done about it

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  #253928 8-Sep-2009 03:02
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Westpac 202 is a sms service and completely separate from the voice service for voice mail 202.

also from the 2degrees website

New Zealand pricing
Calls to New Zealand mobiles & landlines 44c / min
Texts to New Zealand mobiles 9c each
Picture messages to anywhere in the world 50c each
Getting your voicemail 20c / call
Using the mobile internet 50c / MB
Calls to 200 (2degrees care) Free
018 Directory Enquiries $1.00 / call
0172 International Directory $1.95 / call
0800 and 0508 Toll free calls Free


from the vodafone website

voiceMail pricing
Use Cost
voiceMail monthly charge Free
Usage charge Only 20c, no matter how long it takes
Send a message to a Vodafone mailbox Free
Send a message to a mailbox on another network Charged as a normal call
callReturn monthly charge Free
callReturn calls Charged as a normal call

so 20c per seems to be pretty standard




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  #253941 8-Sep-2009 07:52
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Thread title is setting up voice mail

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  #253979 8-Sep-2009 09:54
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Setting up voicemail on 2degrees is also free if you do it when you first activate your SIM.
If you didn't set up voicemail first time around then it will cost .20c as you'll need to dial voicemail '202' and do it that way.

Cheers!




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