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Problem with the number of rings

When I call my girlfriends phone, she has a 20 - 25 second ringtone, but she only hears 10 - 15 seconds of it then it says missed call. When I am calling it, I let it ring all the way till it goes to voice mail, which is about 4 rings. I play the same ringtone on my phone and when she calls, I hear the entire ringtone.

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Re: problem with the number of rings

Remove the voicemail or extend ring time
don.t know is this code works world wide but you can try otherwise ask the provider to lengthen the ring time to 30 secs
then enter country code IE 61 for australia
* then vmail number IE 321 for optus
so your code should look something like this
then hit call.
remember the 61 and the 321 will vary on country and provider

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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Try going to the fowarding or the voicemail, u will get to choose how long it rings or u can just turn it off which will automatically foward to voicemail, hope that helps

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

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Try going to the fowarding or the voicemail, u will get to choose how long it rings or u can just turn it off which will automatically foward to voicemail, hope that helps

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