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  1. griffgruff

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    Hi, I have a voicemail notification that I can't find a way of removing.
    Any ideas?
     

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  2. Teknik

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    what network?
     
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    Listen to the voicemail, then stay on the line and it'll say something like "Press 3 to delete the message" and after you've deleted it, it'll get rid of the notification. If you listen to it and hang up without deleting, the notification will stay there.

    Atleast that's how it is on most phones I've used.

    Hopefully that helps : )
     
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    Hi, My network is Orange.
     
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    if the above doesnt work let me know and i will leave myself a voicemail then see what i can do to be rid of it, however if you have a look on one of my other posts about the manual it should be in there somewhere.
     
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    I tried this and the option 3 allows me to switch off voicemail notifications, which I have done. However, the notification is still there :(
     
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    On my phone i just tapped the link to autodial the answering machine, listened to the message then deleted it, notification removed itself.
    Try leaving yourself a message then listening too it?
     
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    Have you deleted the old message? That's the important thing.
     
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    Mine removed itself as soon as i had listened to it, didnt need to delete it.
     
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    Fair enough!

    Just on my old Desire I had to delete them to get rid of the notification :)
     
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    Thanks, problem solved.

    I was not listening right through to the end when I was given the option to delete the message.
     
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    I've had this a dew times, here's what you do. When you listen to the message you will be given these options:
    Press 1 to save the message
    Press 2 to reply
    Press 3 to delete the message

    As simple as that.
     
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    I hate having that icon on my screen and i had to pay to listen to a voicemail just so i could get rid of it.
    In the end i called orange and asked them to totally disable my voicemail so people couldn't leave me one.
    You need me, ring me back later!
     

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