How do I Change a Vodafone Voicemail?

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How do I Change a Vodafone Voicemail?
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Vodafone is a worldwide telecommunications company that started in the United Kingdom in 1984 and trades on NASDAQ. Vodafone may be best-known to consumers for its mobile phones. In 2010, the company offered wireless phone service in 20 countries, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, Spain, Australia, Egypt and Turkey. The company has agreements with more than 600 other mobile carriers around the world so that their brand of phone can be used in many countries. Vodafone mobile phones offer voicemail service that can be accessed almost anywhere.

Skill level:
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Things you need

  • Mobile phone security code

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Dial 121 from your Vodafone mobile phone to access the voicemail menu.

  2. 2

    Press * to access the main menu, then press 3 to access the phone’s preferences.

  3. 3

    Press 1 to change the voicemail greeting. You may be prompted to enter your security code depending on the phone model and personal settings. At the tone, record a new outgoing voicemail message by speaking directly into the phone. When you are finished recording, press #.

  4. 4

    Listen to the message and save the recording. The new voicemail greeting is set.

  5. 5

    Press 2 from the Vodafone main menu to change the four-digit security code used to access voicemail and other features. Change the code at the prompt. Remember to save the code in a secure place.

  6. 6

    Press 3 from the main menu to access the phone’s notification preferences for voicemail. The phone can be set up to ring or call another number when a voicemail is present. This menu will allow a phone user to change alarm settings and set up phone reminders.

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