No, there wasn't!! Check the post times -- I posted the information here first.
Grrrr at Treatz for getting all the credit.
Don't worry man, the few who read this thread will know you are top dawg in this instanceOriginally Posted by 187-ROGERSVM
My bad! You were first.Originally Posted by 187-ROGERSVM
I think the +1 416 358 1549 number doesn't work anymore. Everytime I set it up on a customers phone it always says: "That number is unavailable right now, Please try again later, bye!"
Can anyone else confirm this?
The 403 VM Number is also used in Thunder Bay instead of any of the 416 numbers. I believe this is across the 807 area code, but because rogers does not have a lot of towers in this area code I'm not entirely 100%.
Visual Voicemail Retrieval number is 647-839-6178 for anyone wondering.
How do I edit the Voicemail Retrieval Number?
Mine is set up properly, but let's say if someone made a mistake.
How would they change it?
I have the TU500 and speed dial (1) seems to be unchangeable in the settings.
for my phone (Sony Ericsson) i can change voicemail number by...Originally Posted by ThirteenInchMag
...should be similar for you. i added a "pause, password, and #" to the end of the retrieval number to save me from entering my password.
I've noticed that none of these numbers work on my Blackberry Bold. When I hold down 1 it dials my own phone number rather than a local access number.
My old Nokia used to dial a Toronto local access number.
This is a problem for me as I'm currently living in Alberta and it's getting to be a pain to pay LD to check my voicemail on my 647 area code number.
And the reason I haven't changed it is that I will be moving back to Ontario in the next month or so.
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Thanks. I tried all of the GTA ones on the first page and it didn't work. Almost gave up and called Rogers. Thanks for providing this number!Originally Posted by seshwan