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how do i check my voice mail from another phone

  • 23 April 2016
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how do i check my voice mail from another phone?

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Best answer by bobn4907 23 April 2016, 23:06

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this should be an easy one. dial 1-805 637 7243 and follow voice prompts to enter your T-mobile number and passcode.

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You can also try calling your own number and when your prompt answers, press either * or #.

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Most users don't set up a passcode when setting up VM.  It is not needed if calling to retrieve VM from your own phone when in U.S.

  The default code is the last 4 digits of your phone number.  It appears to be required even if you are using your own phone when out of the country.

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But if you call the 805 number from another T-Mobile phone, it will automatically go into that phone’s voicemail.  Calling your own phone number, pressing *, and entering your PIN works ok.

Dial the number but that you want to check. After the message plays push the *. You will then be prompted to enter your passcode and press the # button. Your voice mail will then operate as if you were on the phone with all functions available to you. Hope that helps I just tried it myself out of curiosity and it works. If you don't have a passcode you will have to log on to your T-Mobile account and set up a passcode. 

Dial the number but that you want to check. After the message plays push the *. You will then be prompted to enter your passcode and press the # button. Your voice mail will then operate as if you were on the phone with all functions available to you. Hope that helps I just tried it myself out of curiosity and it works. If you don't have a passcode you will have to log on to your T-Mobile account and set up a passcode. 

I just tried this but was not prompted to enter my passcode. When I pressed * it started recording. I tried calling back and pressing # and same thing. My phone is being repaired and it may take 2 weeks. Sure hope I can figure out how to get my VM somehow.

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