[LINK] Re: Mobiles & CDMA [OT]
johnc at vastsystems.com.au
Thu Apr 29 14:38:39 EST 2004
On Thu, Apr 29, 2004 at 11:45:46AM +0800, Jim Birch wrote:
> Howard Lowndes wrote:
> >I think I am right in saying that with GSM there is the ability to set
> >the time delay before the message bank cuts in for unanswered calls.
> I thought I had this facility on my phone some years ago but it doesn't
> seem to exist any more.
It does on my Nokia 6110. You don't need a function on the phone though
-- just dial the appropriate code:
CDMA codes are different:
Telstra's guides don't tell you how to change the delay, but if there's
any relationship between the CDMA and GSM codes it'll be something like
"* code # number # delay #".
> Probably a global setting used to maximize phone company income these
Not on those networks that provide free voice mail diversion and
The meme we have to spread (over the dead bodies of the marketroids)
is that being old-fashioned is not necessarily a Bad Thing. I swear,
some of these people would give up sex if they knew how long it's been
around... -- Charlie Gibbs
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