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    Disabling balance notification before outbound calls?

    Is there a way to disable the balance notification that is issued before making a call?

    I'm content staying on the line after the other party hangs up to get my balance, and it would be nice to disable the announcement prior to outbound calls if possible.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grondar
    Is there a way to disable the balance notification that is issued before making a call?

    I'm content staying on the line after the other party hangs up to get my balance, and it would be nice to disable the announcement prior to outbound calls if possible.

    Thanks.
    Although this has been asked before, the answer to your question is yes you can have your balance notification pre-call announcement by calling Page Plus and asking them to turn it off. Also keep in mind you want to call using a separate phone not your Page Plus phone. This also should keep the after call announcement on.
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    please search before you ask next time. the answer was gave in the first the pages of this forum thread. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sjs01
    Also keep in mind you want to call using a separate phone not your Page Plus phone.
    Not a huge deal, but I thought I would throw it out there that it doesn't really matter if you are calling from the phone or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roycereece
    Not a huge deal, but I thought I would throw it out there that it doesn't really matter if you are calling from the phone or not.
    I'm sorry I was just saying it because when I called to have this done a while ago I called on my page plus phone and was told to call back from a different phone.

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