How to avoid PIN when accessing voicemailSupport


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  1. endorice

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    While serving time with AT&T, my voicemail could be configured to NOT require a PIN when it was being accessed by my dumb phone.

    Does anyone know if there is an equivalent feature when accessing Verizon voicemail from my Incredible? My google-fu is weak, for I could not find such a feature.
     

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  2. endorice

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    Bump. This isn't possible?
     
  3. Smabbage

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    Verizon voicemail requires pin but with a little adjustment to the phone number entry in your contacts list, you can make it automatically enter it for you. I believe the syntax is something like "XXX-XXX-XXXX ,, PIN#" where the X's are your phone number, the "," are pause triggers and the PIN is the PIN. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
     
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    It would appear that both methods work since the voicemail on my phone is *86,,XXXX# where ",," are pauses and XXXX is the PIN. Good to know there is more than one way to do this.
     

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