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Monitor light/# restricted?? and voicemail help

I don't know where to turn here , and I'm really in need of help with my IPhone. I'm hoping you can help me. I can't find the setting where I change the time the backlighting is on. It's on ALL the time! I just got my Iphone and it won't turn off unless I turn the phone off or sleep mode it. I'm a gal with a new Iphone, and no one to help me out. Can you? And when people call me now, (after I put my SIM in my Iphone,) they don't get my voicemail even though I recorded it on my IPhone, and they dont' see my number on THEIR phone! It comes up restricted.....any ideas???? I'd be really grateful if you could help me at all............Robbie

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