How to fix (or set up) the voicemail on your iPhone.
When it comes to making phone calls, nothing can leave one more in the dark than leaving a message on a voice mailbox that hasn’t been set up yet. However, if you happen to be in the dark in regards to setting up your voicemail, we’re going to walk you through the process to avoid confusion on your end. With this being said, here’s a look at how to set up your iPhone voicemail.
Setting Up Your iPhone Voicemail
By following this walkthrough, you’ll have your voicemail set up in no time. All you’ll need is your iPhone and a few spare minutes.
After pressing the Voicemail tab, all of the voicemails stored on your device will display. From here, you’re going to want to tapGreeting located in the top left. There will be two options located on the Greeting page: One option to utilize the default voicemail message and another to record a custom message.
If you’ve already created a custom voicemail on your iPhone, you can tap Play to see how your voicemail sounds. If you’re interested in creating a new message, tap the Custom button. From here, you can start recording your message by tapping Record and tapping Stop whenever you’re finished. Once you’re finished recording, tap on Play to make sure the message comes across as you’d like and hit Save (in the upper right) to save it as your voicemail.
If you don’t know what to say in your voicemail, here’s a few pointers to get you started:
Considering the information above, setting up your voicemail isn’t as difficult as it may seem. If you’re still having issues, 403Tech Inc is the trusted choice when it comes to staying ahead of the latest information technology tips, tricks, and news. Contact us at (403) 215-7506 or send us an email at [email protected] for more information.
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