Phone Prompts

Do you get tired of hearing another recorded message after listening to a cell phone user’s voice-mail message? You can skip the phone company’s message asking if you want to send a numeric page, leave a callback number, etc., if you know which carrier the person is using.

You can skip the greeting and the prompts by pressing 0 for AT&T users, 1 for Sprint, * for Verizon and # for T-Mobile. Sprint users can change their personal options to deactivate the “leave a callback number” prompt. Everyone else can tell callers in their message what to push to bypass the annoying prompts.

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