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    Default See your voicemail on Telstra (Visual Voicemail)

    Does this work? See your voicemail (Telstra, 3G)

    What am I doing wrong or is that yet another thing Australians miss out on..

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    If you mean Visual Voicemail...

    then it is not available as far as I know.

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    Yes, Visual Voicemail..

    Damit, I want this... I get heaps of voice mail, this was a killer app for me.

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    With Three, you can get your Voicemail as email with messages as audio attachments.
    So, I'm told.

    I thought Visual VoiceMail was coming to Telstra...

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    Gee, I sure do hope so, anyone got any links or news about that?

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    See Telstra & Visual Voice Mail - Telstra - Mobile Carriers
    (The OP is a regular here on MacTalk.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by macaholic View Post
    With Three, you can get your Voicemail as email with messages as audio attachments.
    So, I'm told.

    I thought Visual VoiceMail was coming to Telstra...
    How do you set this up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoffP View Post
    How do you set this up?
    Just set up your Three email address as a mail account on the phone. The voicemails come through as WAV attachments which play on the phone.

    Here's the settings:

    http://forums.mactalk.com.au/47/5091...tml#post596474

    Make sure you switch to the new Three iPhone plans. They give you free 1GB or 2GB data and $300 credit on your bill in exchange for 24 months contract. (Total value $780 or $1020 - for free!)

    You have to be in the second half of your contract to do this and pay off any remaining handset instalments (the $300 should cover this).

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    Any updates on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by retroneo View Post
    Make sure you switch to the new Three iPhone plans. They give you free 1GB or 2GB data and $300 credit on your bill in exchange for 24 months contract. (Total value $780 or $1020 - for free!)

    You have to be in the second half of your contract to do this and pay off any remaining handset instalments (the $300 should cover this).
    I know this was posted a while ago but I called Three about switching/upgrading to the Three iPhone plan but they said if I was to do that I would have to pay out my current phone AND the contract early exit fee ( I have about 11 months left on my contract).
    Has anyone successfully upgraded to an iPhone plan with Three?
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    Telstra still has not set up Visual voice mail. My last talk with my Telstra contact did not shed any light on a time this will be available. Sorry folks, but when it does become available the carrier pack will be updated and the feature will become available. Also I am being told this will be a subscription feature but no price value has been mentioned.

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    Here is hoping Telstra still bring in Visual Voicemail!
    I'm keen!!!
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    Would i make my parents subscribe to visual voice mail hell yeah view work calls first delete un important ones quick.

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