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Samsung J3 short ring time

My samsung J3 phone only rings for about 5 seconds before going to voicemail.Can you help?

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Re: Samsung J3 short ring time

try this

There's a really quick and easy way to extend the amount of time your phone rings for before voicemail kicks in.

Here's how:

Enter this code into your phone: **61*+447953222222**30#
Press the call or answer key - your phone will do the rest

This will mean that your phone rings for 30 seconds before diverting to voicemail. You can alter this to ring for 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25 seconds by replacing **30# with your choice of seconds. E.g. enter **15# if you want it to ring for 15 seconds. The most you can extend it to is 30 seconds.

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Re: Samsung J3 short ring time

Details on how to extend the voicemail ring time for your Mobile Voicemail is here:

Virgin Mobile Voicemail

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I work for Virgin Media - but all opinions posted here are my own
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Re: Samsung J3 short ring time

try this

There's a really quick and easy way to extend the amount of time your phone rings for before voicemail kicks in.

Here's how:

Enter this code into your phone: **61*+447953222222**30#
Press the call or answer key - your phone will do the rest

This will mean that your phone rings for 30 seconds before diverting to voicemail. You can alter this to ring for 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25 seconds by replacing **30# with your choice of seconds. E.g. enter **15# if you want it to ring for 15 seconds. The most you can extend it to is 30 seconds.

Using VIVID 350 Optical Fibre, Player TV, Talk Weekends



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