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Thread: ATT - Deleting Voicemail messages without listening to whole message

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    ATT - Deleting Voicemail messages without listening to whole message

    It this a network feature (ATT) where one has to listen to the whole voicemail message before deleting it? It would be nice if you could just hit "7" and delete a message before it completely plays out; especially now that calling the V_mail number is included as part of the unlimited ATT 2 ATT plan. I can understand how in the past revenue could be generated by ATT by using up minutes listening to the entire message before deleting it. Now it is just a waste of ones time should you want to delete a message without listening to the whole thing.

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    They have always had the ability to delete vm quickly, just hit 77 and it will delete it without having to listen to the whole message.

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    Thanks.... Recently moved from Sprint. Was used to the single "7" to delete.

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    as ivshane said "77" will delete the vm while you're listening. bub

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    works on tdma too!

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    You can also do 337. 33 skips to the end of the message and then 7 deletes it.

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