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Delayed voicemail notification

2020-02-02, 0:58 AM

Today I received notification of a new voicemail message. When I listened to it and then checked the call information afterwards I discovered it had been sent five days before, offering me work for the week that's just ended.

 

Why the delay and can I do anything about it?

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Re: Delayed voicemail notification

2020-02-02, 1:43 AM

Your network operator provides the Voicemail messaging service, which time-stamps the incoming calls, and generates the alerts sent to your phone.  The phone stores the time the "Voice message waiting" alert is received. 

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Re: Delayed voicemail notification

2020-02-02, 7:52 AM

Yes, both the phone and the information given at the end of the voicemail message record the call as having been made five days earlier. It's the visual notification at the top of the screen which didn't appear at the time. Not sure if that's voicemail or the phone that's at fault?

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Re: Delayed voicemail notification

2020-02-05, 4:28 AM

 wrote:

Yes, both the phone and the information given at the end of the voicemail message record the call as having been made five days earlier. It's the visual notification at the top of the screen which didn't appear at the time. Not sure if that's voicemail or the phone that's at fault?


Hi Roamer,

 

Thanks for posting! I would suggest you contact your Network provider regarding this for further assistance. It is carrier related.

 

Regards,

Suman



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