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Siemens A60 mobile voicemail ring set up

Is there any way I can increase the number of rings before it switches over to voicemail? If so, how??

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First of all you need to know the number you dial for voicemail. Make a note of this.
Then, go to the dialpad and dial:
*#61#
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A box will popup telling you what the redirect to voicemail delay is. On my handset the default was 15 seconds.
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