A fue issues I would like answers to
:I hooked up my majic jack today with a canadian number I paid $10.00 extra for. My concern is that when someone calls my new number they hear a message saying long distance charges may apply. Also, I am unsure how to set up my voice mail. Can anyone offer advice on these two issues? Appriciate any info. I want to know if callers calling me will be charged long distance charges if I answer. This could be a deal breaker as a lot of family are aging and living on the other side of the country. Even friends in the same city hear this message when they call my new canadian number. Thanks, Caper
mozerdLight Will Pierce The DarknessPremium,MVM
When people in your local calling area call your Canadian MJ phone number they will not be charged long distance charges. Long distance charges will apply if people calling you are not in your local calling area .. if they use MJ to call your MJ phone number then no long distance charges apply within Canada and the continental USA.
To set up your Voice Mail the following steps need to be done carefully:
1.. Call your Magic Jack number from a phone that is currently connected to the device or click the "VMAIL" icon on the Magic Jack software.
2.. Press the star key (*) when you hear the voice recording.
3.. Enter your password. If this is the first time you're accessing your voice mail box, then use the default password of 1234.
4.. Press 0 for mailbox options.
Once you're in the mailbox options you have the option to change your unavailable message (option 1),
busy message (option 2),
record your name (option 3),
record a temporary greeting (option 4)
and change your password (option 5).
If you're still using the default password, now is your chance to change it.
5.. Select the corresponding number for the option you want to record. Once you're done recording your Magic Jack voice mail greeting press the pound (#) key.
6.. Listen, accept or re-record your voice mail greeting.
After you listen to your message (option 1)
decide whether to accept (option 2)
or re-record your message (option 3).
After you're satisfied with your new message, you can go back to the main menu (press *) or hang up to end the call.
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