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Sun, Jan 10, 2016 10:54 AM

Can I retrieve voicemail from a different device?

I lost my phone, Can I still listen to my access my voice mail from my spouse's device?

 

 

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kdfederer

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5 years ago

If you know your voicemail password.

 

  1. Place a call to the wireless number and do not answer.
  2. Interrupt the greeting by pressing the star key (*).
  3. When prompted, enter voicemail password.
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4 years ago

What if you can't remember your password, and the phone doesn't work anymore. However I need to check for an important message
Busternutt

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4 years ago

Got to have a password for security reasons. You don't want just anybody being able to listen to your messages, do you?



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kdfederer

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4 years ago

You can reset your voicemail password if you log on to you online account.

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2 Messages

4 years ago

I understand that and tried it but it goes to the phone that doesn't work. I can seem to reset the password to so that the password comes to a different phone.

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