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I am unable to obtain my voicemail messages. Can you help me change my password since I cannot remember the original?

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Try using the last 4 digits of your number.

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<<This is straight from TracFone support for setting up voicemail on the Motorola C139....enjoy>>
Thank you for your interest in TracFone Wireless. We are responding to
your recent inquiry.

TracFone Wireless would like to take this opportunity to apologize for
any inconvenience this issue may have caused you.
Your voicemail box has been reset. To set up and retrieve voicemail from
your TracFone:

Press the MENU key,
Scroll to MESSAGE and press SELECT,
Then scroll to VOICEMAIL and press the MENU key,
Next scroll to VOICEMAIL SETUP and press SELECT,
The VOICEMAIL Access Number should be: +17044089979 and press the OK
key (if there is no + sign, please press and hold the 0 key until it
comes up).
If the numbers there are different, press and hold the key below the
word CLEAR or DELETE until all the numbers disappear from the screen.
Then enter the number 17044089979 and press OK.
After programming the Voicemail Access Number on handset, please turn
the phone off and back on.
Then, press and hold the 1 key to auto-dial the VOICEMAIL box to record
greeting and complete setup.

Your temporary password can be 0000, 1111, 9999, the last 4 digits of
your wireless number, or another 4-digit number easy to remember.
All calls made to your voicemail from your TracFone will deduct airtime
units. To avoid being deducted airtime, it is recommended that you
contact your voicemail from a land line phone, by dialing your ten-digit
mobile number. To retrieve voicemail messages from a landline phone,
please follow the instructions below:

1. From your landline phone, dial your TracFone Number.
2. When you hear the greeting, press the star (*) key. If the star key
does not interrupt the greeting, press the (#) key.
3. Enter your password and follow the retrieval instructions.

Please note, if this procedure does not resolve this issue, we would
need to talk with you directly for further assistance.
Should you have any further questions or concerns, please contact one of
our customer care representatives at 1-800-867-7183. For your
convenience, our representatives are available Monday-Saturday from 8:00
AM to 9:45 PM EST, and on Sunday from 8:00 AM to 6:45 PM EST.

Thank you for being a TracFone Wireless customer. We appreciate your
business.

Sincerely,

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I always check from my landline...it saves minutes. Just dial your cell phone, then you can hiy ignore when it rings. Immediately press the '*' key and then key in your voicemail password..

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