Dial 1303 followed by your password, if you are calling using your Digital Voice Global line. Alternatively, enter your mailbox number (which would be your Digital Voice Global phone number), followed by your password, if you are calling from a mobile phone, or from a fixed-line phone service provided by another service provider.
A maximum of 5 messages can be stored at any one time. The maximum length of each message is one minute.
Yes, you may. Please refer to the Voicemail section in the Digital Voice Global Voice guide.
Please call our Customer Care Consultants and we will reset it to the default password (8888) for you.
The caller will be informed that your mailbox is full and he/she is unable to leave any message at that time. You are encouraged to delete your old messages constantly.
Yes. More than one message can be left in your mailbox at the same time, as long as it is within the allocated number of 5 messages.
Yes, simply press *4 to recover the deleted message before the call ends.
Yes, as long as the phone has touch-tone dialing facilities. Dial 1303; enter your mailbox number (your Digital Voice Global phone number), followed by your password.
Yes, a copy of the message will remain in your mailbox until you delete it or when the retention period expires.
No, “Message Waiting Indicator” function is not available at the present moment.
Messages are purged automatically after four days (for new messages) or two days (for saved messages).
You can access your Voicemail by calling the short code 1303 or any of the local access numbers 6820 1303 or 9850 1303.
Currently, each Digital Voice Global account can only have one voice mailbox per telephone line.
The maximum length of your voicemail greeting is 1 minute (60 seconds) long.
You cannot stop calls from going to Voicemail in the event there is no answer on the number you have activated call forwarding to.