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Turned phone off for several hours with SIM out, reinserted SIM and turned
Cleared all items(cache, PW cache, push inbox, voicemails, SMS messages,
AT&T even disabled my voicemail indicator from their side somehow, yet the
indictor re-appears when I turn the phone on.
"Chris S" <seeb...@nowhere.com> wrote in message
"Andrew Amsel" <aam...@yahoo.com> wrote in message
"Keith Elkin" <keith at keith elkin dot c...@removethis.com> wrote in message
Call your phone two times and leave two voice messages.
Check your voice mail and delete them from your cell phone.
When you are done press "*" key to exit the voice mail system.
Delete your SMS messages.
In less then 15 seconds the voicemail icon should go away
Frustrating, and painfiull, I know!
"moon" <mo...@moon.net> wrote in message
BOTTOM LINE, GSM WORKS FINE, BUT COVERAGE IS SO POOR WITH NO ROAMING, STICK
WITH TDMA FOR A WHILE
"BladeII" <bladeII...@thank.you.com> wrote in message