08-25-2011, 09:01 AM #4
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You set up your Google Voice setting to forward your voicemails as text by SMS or Email. Then you setup your phone's voicemail forwarding with these instructions depending on your phone company:
Enter a special code number into your phone. The codes for most cell phone providers are listed below:
replace YOURNUMBER with your 10 digit area code and number
- Alltel: *71 YOURNUMBER #
- AT&T: *004*1 YOURNUMBER #
- T-Mobile (US): *004*1 YOURNUMBER #
- Verizon: *711 YOURNUMBER #
- US Cellular: *74 YOURNUMBER #
Read more: How to Forward your Voicemail to Google Voice | eHow.com How to Forward your Voicemail to Google Voice | eHow.com
That should work well until official visual voicemail shows up. I have heard it's in Mango and we are just waiting for the official Mango release for it to be turned on.
08-28-2011, 07:04 PM #8
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Seriously dudes, use google voice.
A. It's visual voicemail.
B. You can email it to yourself, you text it to yourself, and they are logged online so you could listen to them from any computer.
C. Also it's free.....not all of the apps are, but the service from Google is free,
- 08-29-2011, 02:11 PM #10
You can also, as others have said, make your cell number your google voice number.
- 09-10-2011, 08:09 AM #11
I installed the new Mango ROM for the HTC Trophy on Verizon yesterday and unless Visual Voicemail is inactive and hidden until you add it on your account then Verizon removed it. It's just not there on my Trophy. Annoying that a built in feature would be removed but who knows.
- 09-10-2011, 10:22 AM #13
i dont think att makes iphone pay for visual voicemail. anyway, i have govoice up and working for a while and it works pretty good. it did seem to be faster on my atrix, but i guess thats to be expected.yep... yep...