HSPA/VOIP/Voicemail

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Wazzaf
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HSPA/VOIP/Voicemail

Post by Wazzaf » Fri Oct 02, 2009 5:08 pm

Hello friends

I have moved from ADSL1 to HSPA as we are travelling.

Am using VOIP with a softphone on my laptop successfully.

Is there any way to activate a voicemail, so that if anyone rings my VOIP number and I am not logged on to HSPA at the time, they can then leave a voicemail message that I could pick up when logged on.

Am I asking for the impossible?

Any thoughts would be appreciated

Cheers

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tones
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Re: HSPA/VOIP/Voicemail

Post by tones » Fri Oct 02, 2009 7:08 pm

yes... login to your user facilities, choose VOIP, Change Voip Services, Configure and then enable voice mail

Wazzaf
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Re: HSPA/VOIP/Voicemail

Post by Wazzaf » Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:35 pm

Many thanks tones

All under control and working now. Appreciate your help.

Cheers

pooch2
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Re: HSPA/VOIP/Voicemail

Post by pooch2 » Mon Oct 26, 2009 9:29 am

>>>>>>yes... login to your user facilities, choose VOIP, Change Voip Services, Configure and then enable voice mail<<<<<<

Does this cost money?

cubic
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Re: HSPA/VOIP/Voicemail

Post by cubic » Mon Oct 26, 2009 12:02 pm

On that page there are two sections headed "Free features" and "Chargeable features"... :wink: Voip voicemail is free, and it's also free to get your messages forwarded to email if you want.
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