Voicemail is a service provided by mobile phone network operators, such as Vodafone, which allows a caller to leave you a message if you don't answer your mobile. You are then notified by the network operator -- typically via text message -- that you have a new message waiting to be collected through the voicemail system. Each network is slightly different in how it provides you with access to voicemail, but all Vodafone customers can access it using the same method.
Turn on your Vodafone mobile phone by holding its power button for two seconds. Ensure the phone is receiving a cellular signal before trying to fetch voicemail. The signal bars will be present on the screen when the phone has connected to a network and is ready to make a call.
Dial "121" and press the phone's "Send" button. The phone will connect to the Vodafone voicemail service.
Listen to the available options and press the "1" key to listen to your new or saved voicemail messages when prompted by the automatic service.
Press the phone's "End" key when you've finished listening to voicemail messages.
Vodafone will send you a text message with a phone number to call if you want to check a new voicemail while abroad.
Pay As You Go customers may be charged for calling their voicemail.
Tips and warnings
- Vodafone will send you a text message with a phone number to call if you want to check a new voicemail while abroad.
- Pay As You Go customers may be charged for calling their voicemail.