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Sun, Mar 19, 2017 7:29 AM

What is this charge for Visual Voicemail?

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Anonymous

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25.7K Messages

3 years ago

You arnt being charged for visual voicemail. That is the line cost. Remove visual voicemail and it would be the same price

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lizdance40

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3 years ago

Visual voicemail is free.   It is included as part of Mobile Share Value and Advantage plans, and the new unlimited plans.   

 

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Gary L

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2 years ago


@MarkLeavenworth wrote:

There is no billing charge for Visual Voicemail, it comes free with practically every service. But there is a kind of cost for using Visual Voicemail if you manage your data usage, because you have to turn data ON to get Visual Voicemail messages


Incorrect. Keep in mind that 99.99% of the people do NOT have to turn data "on".  Because most people don't turn their data off.

 

Turning data off is not "managing" your data, it's more like refusing to manage your data.

 

Turning the few apps that use data that you don't want off to not use cellular data is "managing", just hiding in the closet isn't managing anything.

 

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Gary L

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2 years ago

@MarkLeavenworth wrote:

There is no billing charge for Visual Voicemail, it comes free with practically every service. But there is a kind of cost for using Visual Voicemail if you manage your data usage, because you have to turn data ON to get Visual Voicemail messages

Incorrect. Keep in mind that 99.99% of the people do NOT have to turn data "on".  Because most people don't turn their data off.

 

Turning data off is not "managing" your data, it's more like refusing to manage your data.

 

Turning the few apps that use data that you don't want off to not use cellular data is "managing", just hiding in the closet isn't managing anything.

 

B) This post you're responding to is over a year old.

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  • Information provided might not be for "you" only, it might be clarification for other community members.
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2 years ago

@Gary LDid you know someone is hacking the forum and removing my posts about Google Voice notifications over wifi?

 

Gary L

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2 years ago


@MarkLeavenworth wrote:

@Gary LDid you know someone is hacking the forum and removing my post?


No, and neither do you.

 

It's more likely it's someone from AT&T becuase you are violating the forums rules and posting the same non-sensical thing over and over. (FYI, they're probably not pulling it because it's non-sensical, but because there is no reason to repeat it over and over in old threads.)

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