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Message Bank When callers ring my mobile they receive music instead of the phone ringing and going onto Message Bank. Callers are hanging up when they hear the music. How do I change my phone to ring.

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You may have activated a "Caller tune" or "Ring back tone" service. Check with your service provider to deactivate the tune.

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