How to Set up Visual Voicemail on iPhone 7/6s/SE/6/5s
In this post, we’ll show you how to set up Visual Voicemail and create your greeting and voicemail password on your iPhone 7/6s/SE/6/5s.
Download and install AnyTrans on your Mac/PC to transfer your voicemails from iPhone to computer after setting up Visual Voicemail on iPhone 7/6s/SE/6/5s.
Voicemail keeps your important voice messages from others when you are not available. And iPhone comes with its own built-in Visual Voicemail service, which lets you check and play new voicemail messages or delete unwanted voicemails on iPhone.
If you just get a brand-new iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus and don’t know how to set up Visual Voicemail on your iPhone, this post is right for you. Keep reading on this post and you’ll learn how to set up and access Visual Voicemail on iPhone.
Steps to Set up and Access Visual Voicemail on iPhone
Before we start, you need to connect your iPhone to cellular network instead of Wi-Fi. In addition, please make sure your carrier supports Visual Voicemail feature.
Step 1. Tap the Phone app from the home screen and then tap the Voicemail tab. If you are directed to the automated Voicemail system, follow the voice prompts to set up your Voicemail and greeting. If not, proceed with the following steps.
Step 2. Tap Set Up Now.
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Step 3. Enter a password and tap Done.
Step 4. Enter the password again and then tap Done. The password length may vary according to different requirement of carriers.
- AT&T: the password must be between 4-15 digits in length.
- Sprint: the password must be between 4-10 digits in length.
- US Cellular: the password must be between 4-10 digits in length.
- T-Mobile: the password must be between 4-7 digits in length.
- Verizon: the password must be between 4-6 digits in length.
Step 5. Select your preferred greeting: Custom or Default. If you choose Custom, record your personal greeting and then tap Stop when recording is finished.
How to Set up Visual Voicemail on iPhone
Step 6. Tap Save or Done in the upper-right.
If you insert a new SIM card, you might lose the voicemails that you saved on your iPhone. Therefore, if your iPhone voicemails contain important information, you can export the voicemails from iPhone to computer with AnyTrans, a comprehensive iPhone data extractor. Read How to Transfer Voicemails from iPhone to Computer to get more details.
The Bottom Line
After successfully setting up Visual Voicemail on your iPhone 7/6s/SE/6/5s, you can see a list of your voicemail messages and choose which ones to listen to or delete. If you want to reset your voicemail password, you need to contact your carrier to reset the password. Any question about iPhone Visual Voicemail? Leave your message in the comment section.
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