Type in *86 then if its your first time doing that it will give you instructions on how to make a password and how to personalize a greeting. if its not your first time it will give you options on what you want to check and want to change.
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Issues of accessing/setting up VM on your mobile or Inquiries on accessing your VM using your mobile phone?
I can help you w/that.there are 3 ways on accessing your VM via your mobile phone:
Long press the number 1 key on your phone's keypad then it'll dial your VM number and would ask for a PIN if PIN is setup.
Follow recording instructions or voice prompts and key presses until you get to hear your voice messages.
For some mobile phone service providers,dialing your own mobile number automatically transfers you to your VM.again,if PIN is set up?it'll ask you to enter it,if not it'll automatically proceed to your VM.
Follow recording instructions or voice prompts as well as correct key presses until you hear your voice messages.
Almost all mobile phone service providers has a so called "Voice mail Access Number"
This number can be dialled and goes straight to VM.
Voice prompts might ask you to enter your mobile number following the star key or pound sign on your mobilephone keypad.
Voice prompts might also ask you to enter your VM PIN(if seup).
Just follow Voice prompts and you're good to go.
Call your own phone number while you are on the phone. The menu prompt should ask you if you would like to set it up. This will only work from the phone you are trying to set it up for. If the voicemail service sees you are calling from a different number it will just say your voicemail is not setup call again and hang up.
Although you didn't include in your question who your cellular service provider is, for most cell phones, once the phone has been activated and you can make and receive calls, you can then set up your voice mail.
Most phones access voice mail accounts the same way, by pressing and holding the 1 (one) button on the phone. The first time you access your voice mail account you'll need to follow the voice prompts to choose a password and greeting.
Call your voice mail by calling your cell number on your phone if its the first time your service provider will tell that you need to set up your voicemail but if not when you call your first mail its telling you for mail box options press 3 or voicemail options press 4