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My Samsung® Galaxy S® III by Steve Schwartz

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Using Voicemail

Using your service provider’s voicemail, friends, family, and colleagues can leave messages for you when you’re unavailable or the phone is turned off. See Chapter 1, “Galaxy S III Essentials,” for instructions on setting up voicemail.

You can check your voicemail in two or more ways. First, you can tap a received New Voicemail entry in the Notifications panel. Second, you can launch the Phone app, and then press and hold 1 (the speed dial number assigned to voicemail) or tap the Voicemail icon on the keypad. Finally, your service provider may include or offer a separate voicemail app with which you can listen to and manage your voicemail.

When voicemail messages are waiting, a notification icon appears in the status bar. Note ...

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