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Old February 12th, 2013, 10:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Voicemail is down! Anyone with same problem?

This started a few days ago... When someone tries to leave me a voicemail all they get is a rapid busy signal. I tried checking my voicemail and I get the same thing. My girlfriends phone (identical to mine) is having the same problem. I called VM support and they said they reset my voicemail box...still have the problem. Anyone experiencing this?

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Old February 13th, 2013, 11:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yeah, while back on my gfs phone. I don't remember exactly what needed to be done but virgin fixed the issue after one transfer to escalation :-)
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Cool I have the same problem

Yup, I have a Samsung Intercept and Virgin Mobile service, and my voicemail is a busy signal on both incoming and outgoing calls. In a word, useless. Has nayone been able to figure it out?
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Yep I've had the same problem for awhile and contacted Virgin twice about it and still waiting for a response :/
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I've been trying a few fixes with not much luck but I had an idea worth sharing... First thing was calling VM, which unless you want to waste an hour and put yourself in a bad mood the rest of the day with the same problem, is not the answer.

I remember when I switched to the EVO from the Triumph my voicemail greeting changed to a sprint voicemail box, so last night I switched back to the Triumph and this morning I had voicemail (the virgin mobile one)! Ok great, now I can wait a day and switch back to the EVO and that might fix the problem... Nope, now my triumph has the busy signal again on voicemail.

So, I had a glimpse of a fix. I'll have to wait until tmrw morning to see if the see if switching back works...if not then another call to VM and try to get this escalated.
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Swapped back to the EVO and still no voicemail. I updated the evo to harmonia 3.17 in the process. Looks like another call to VM, which in my opinion is a complete waste of time and just re-enforces my urge to bail to another carrier. VM has a serious problem and it needs to be fixed!

I'm rooted and s-off, could this be a problem with VM's new 'system upgrade'? My instincts tell me no, but I have to ask. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Well it seems to have fixed itself. I didn't call VM again, I didn't feel like I had the patients. Both my gf's phone and mine have working voicemail again. Must be part of this 'upgrade' VM is doing. In my opinion it's more of a downgrade.
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Well it seems to have fixed itself. I didn't call VM again, I didn't feel like I had the patients. Both my gf's phone and mine have working voicemail again. Must be part of this 'upgrade' VM is doing. In my opinion it's more of a downgrade.
Thanks for the update. Does it still say you have called a sprint voicemail?
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Yes, back to the Sprint voicemail box.
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Thanks for the update. Does it still say you have called a sprint voicemail?
Yes, back to Sprint voicemail box.
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