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By lostplanet, Junior Member on 12th April 2006, 06:40 PM
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my blueangel has a great ringtone i want to keep but i would like to increase the ring duration before the voice mail kicks in

anyone know how to do this orange CS dont seem to?

have tried **61*voicemailnumber*duration up to 30 secs# =no joy

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2nd April 2009, 11:19 PM |#2  
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This exactly the same thing I wanna know. Anyone can answer this plz.
3rd April 2009, 07:50 AM |#3  
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You could try going to Phone -> Menu -> Options -> Services -> Call Forwarding -> "Get Settings" and you should see a screen like my attached image, just set everything the way you like. Unfortunately in germany with the sim i have, i can't set it to more than 30secs, for that i would have to delete the call forwarding entirely, but the settings you see there should probably help you a little, if that doesn't work, like in my case, contact your carrier, whether there are forced call forwardings or max. times you must not exceed to avoid network traffic and keep their net clean. that is the case in germany, the operaters do not want busy lines when nobody's actually on the phone.
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Originally Posted by Chef_Tony

You could try going to Phone -> Menu -> Options -> Services -> Call Forwarding -> "Get Settings" and you should see a screen like my attached image, just set everything the way you like. Unfortunately in germany with the sim i have, i can't set it to more than 30secs, for that i would have to delete the call forwarding entirely, but the settings you see there should probably help you a little, if that doesn't work, like in my case, contact your carrier, whether there are forced call forwardings or max. times you must not exceed to avoid network traffic and keep their net clean. that is the case in germany, the operaters do not want busy lines when nobody's actually on the phone.
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This is great. Thx so much.
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