About 2 months ago I received my Virgin Sim Only contract SIM. I called 222 before porting my number from my old network to activate my voicemail and didn't have to do any of the steps/nor received confirmation that the voicemail had been setup, just that I had no new messages.
Now, two months on, after my friends pointing it out to me, when people call me and I miss it/decline, calls aren't diverted to voicemail. I have tried all of the tips with the dialier and redirect settings plus calling 789 many times, with them saying that my number hasn't finished being ported over, (yes two months later) and that I should wait for 24-36 hours for this to complete.
Quite frankly I'm annoyed that its been two months for a number to apparently to be 'ported over' from my old network, when the PAC code I provided only lasts for 30 days, and I shall be contacting the communications regulator, Ofcom, with an official complain about the poor services offered by your so called 'Company'.
I've checked on my online account and it said that Voicemail was inactive. I then went into it and turned it on and was presented with ' We've made that change for you
Your voicemail should now be working' and a green tick. However this seemed to clear as soon as I went onto another page and it just goes back to inactive again. This is very misleading as for people who don't use their online accounts often wouldn't know that it had gone back to inactive.
Is there a chance of you getting this fixed, or even taking off the misleading message saying that voicemail has been activated when it actually hasn't. As this is breach of The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008, which means you are breaking the law. I quote below from the GOV UK website:
The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations mean you can’t mislead or harass consumers by, for example:
Many thanks for your help. However, what is happening in regards to the misleading confirmation message. If this message continues to be shown, rest assured I shall be reporting this to Trading Standards. I quote again for your information:
For information to be misleading, it needs to be deceiving or untrue. You may be given misleading information about:
what the trader promises to provide (the extent of the trader's commitments) - The confirmation messages suggests that the voicemail is active, however it is actually not, meaning that you are promising a service which is not actually available.
However as soon as I leave the page and return it goes back to this: I can't get the "You recently made a change to your voicemail settings - It normally takes 2 hours to come into effect, however sometimes it can take up to 24 hours". as you stated in your previous post.