Change The Number Of Rings

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Here is a useful tip if you always keep on missing phone calls because it takes you too long answer because you’re fumbling in your pockets to get your Blackberry. On some providers you can change the number of rings before your voice mail answers.

Bell Mobility: *94 +(number of rings, ie 5 for 5 rings) and send.
T-Mobile UK: **61*44051(insert your tell number here starting with the 7)**25# – 25 is the highest value.
T-Mobile US: **61*18056377243**XX# – where XX equals time in seconds
Vadofone Australia: **61*011308980*11*nn#

  • me

    Optus (Aust) **61*321**XX#
    (XX = seconds, in 5sec intervals)

  • me

    Optus (Aust) **61*321**XX#
    (XX = seconds, in 5sec intervals)

  • me

    Optus (Aust) **61*321**XX#
    (XX = seconds, in 5sec intervals)

  • me

    Optus : Max number of seconds is 30

  • me

    Optus : Max number of seconds is 30

  • Jonas Minton

    Is there a number for ATT?

    Thank you

  • Jonas Minton

    Is there a number for ATT?

    Thank you

  • Jessica

    ATT is **61*8169199000*11*20# then hit send like you’re making a phone call.

    The 20 in the above example represents the number of seconds you want the phone to ring before going to voicemail. You can choose any number of seconds up to 30 in 5 second intervals.

  • Jessica

    ATT is **61*8169199000*11*20# then hit send like you’re making a phone call.

    The 20 in the above example represents the number of seconds you want the phone to ring before going to voicemail. You can choose any number of seconds up to 30 in 5 second intervals.

  • Shilpa

    is there a number for carphone warehouse

  • Shilpa

    is there a number for carphone warehouse