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Number or rings before voicemail

Can anybody tell me if there is a way of extending the length of time the phone rings before being diverted to voicemail. I seem to miss most of my calls because I'm not quick enough.

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  • girlwonder Nov 16, 2008

    I have the same problem and have not been able to find how to fix it yet.

  • Stephen May 11, 2010

    I believe this is set by your Provider and cannot be changed.

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Start >> Settings >> Phone
-Choose the Services tab
-Disconnect data connection if needed
-Choose Call Forwarding and press Get Settings...
-Change "Forward After" time from 20 seconds to whatever you want

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