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Web voicemail?

  • 23 October 2018
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My phone is broken and I am waiting for a replacement.  How do I check my voicemail using the web instead of my phone?

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Best answer by magentatechie 24 October 2018, 16:17

Great question! You actually have a Visual Voicemail function through T-Mobile.com.  Log in using your T-Mobile ID and password, click the Phone tab at the top, then click the button that says Check Voicemail.  Depending on how many voicemails you have, it may take a moment to load.  The really cool thing about this feature is that you can save as .MP3 (or mutliple .MP3s as a .ZIP file if applicable) or send the selected voicemails to an e-mail address.

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Great question! You actually have a Visual Voicemail function through T-Mobile.com.  Log in using your T-Mobile ID and password, click the Phone tab at the top, then click the button that says Check Voicemail.  Depending on how many voicemails you have, it may take a moment to load.  The really cool thing about this feature is that you can save as .MP3 (or mutliple .MP3s as a .ZIP file if applicable) or send the selected voicemails to an e-mail address.

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