The Nokia N95 is a smartphone released in 2007, complete with GPS, SD memory card reader, Wi-Fi capabilities and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard. It also has Bluetooth technology and a 5 megapixel camera. But a feature that is perhaps just as vital as any of the others is voicemail. If you're away or unable to answer a call, callers can leave their messages and hear back from you later. Voicemail is relatively simple to set up and will require nothing more than your N95 phone.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Turn on your Nokia N95 phone and navigate to the home screen.
Press "Menu" and then select "Tools" to open a new window.
Select "Call Mailbox" and press "Talk."
Listen to the prerecorded instructions on how to change your voicemail. Different voicemail services will require you to press different buttons at different times. Press the proper buttons, record your message when instructed and press the proper button to end the message.
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