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1. Press the star (*) key on your phone. Follow this symbol with the number "61." Press star (*) once more. Then, click "Send" to place the call.
2. Type the number one (1) and then enter the number for your voicemail box.
3. Press star (*) twice
4. Enter a time amount. This number will be how many seconds your phone rings before the call goes to your voicemail. This number can only be changed in multiples of five. The maximum time you can enter is 30 seconds.
5. Press pound (#). Your settings will be changed.

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