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Voicemail Greeting

I'm looking for a way to disable the operator that comes on after my personal voicemail greeting.  You know, the one that explains how voicemail works?  I know I've done it before, but that may have been with Verizon.  I've also been through the menus and personal options, and it wasn't immediately apparent.  Help?
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@lohnesd wrote:
I'm looking for a way to disable the operator that comes on after my personal voicemail greeting.  You know, the one that explains how voicemail works?  I know I've done it before, but that may have been with Verizon.  I've also been through the menus and personal options, and it wasn't immediately apparent.  Help?

No. Read this for a workaround.

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I had the same problem. Go to your voicemail... listen to them. Save, save, save them. Delete or whatever you need to do and you'll finally get to the end of the messages. THEN, you will hear a series of questions including... "do you want to change your greeting?" Click on the appropriate number or sign... star/pound, etc. You can then have an automated message left on your greeting.. or you can choose to personalize it. If you personalize it, you will record your own message. Again, follow the prompts and you will then have it automatically on your phone.

Hope this helps.

 

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Refer to this case number and att will remove the automated message at the end of your "custom" message

 

case  number 20100825 12217226

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@dmapr wrote:

@lohnesd wrote:
I'm looking for a way to disable the operator that comes on after my personal voicemail greeting.  You know, the one that explains how voicemail works?  I know I've done it before, but that may have been with Verizon.  I've also been through the menus and personal options, and it wasn't immediately apparent.  Help?

No. Read this for a workaround.


Thanks for the referral dmapr, it works well that's for sure.

 

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