How Does Cell Phone Voice Mail Work?
Voice mail on a cell phone works similarly to a message machine for a land line, as callers are able to leave voice messages in an in-box for the recipient to listen to at a later time. Understand how cell phone voice mail works with information from a wireless specialist in this free video on cell phones.
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Hi, I'm Ben from The Cell Phone Broker, in San Jose, California, and today I'm going to show you how voice mail works. Basically, you you know, if you call somebody they're phone keeps ringing and ringing, and then all of a sudden you get this strange message asking you to leave a message. And what you do after that you, after the the the beep or the tone leave your message, your name, phone number, whatever information you want to have that person hear before they call you back, and then you hang up. Then, on the other person's side it'll show on their cell phone that they've received one new voice message or voice mail. And then, what they can do is they can hold down option number one on their cell phone, and then it'll take them into their voice mailbox. Kind of like the mailbox on the front of your house except instead this this is all voice messages from different people. And so, they they can go into their voice mailbox, they can listen to different messages that people have left for them while they didn't answer their phone. And then, they can get back to that person as soon as possible. I'm Ben from The Cell Phone Broker, in San Jose, California, and that's how you use voice mail.