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Number that isn't voicemail is labeled voicemail

Phone: motorola w510
One specific phone number always shows up as voicemail, regardless of the name of the contact with which it is associated.  This number is definitely not my voicemail.  SIM card has no contacts, all contacts are in the phone.  I've tried renaming the contact, deleting the contact and all references to the number - but whenever I dial that number the phone references it as "voicemail".I have a couples plan, and the number that this occurs with is, annoyingly, the other number associated with the plan.  The other person does not have the same issue.
Please help?

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It would be best to try a master reset of the phone then try again or contact your mobile provider for further assistance...

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