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Goes to voicemail after one ring.

My W300i goes to vicemail after one ring, from some, but not all calls received.It happens most often when I receive a call from 613 area code. It happens from other cellphones as well as land lines.
I also exchanged phones and put my SIM into a different W300.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks, John

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That is an issue you need to take up with your mobile provider helpdesk and explain your issue for further assistance.

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