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60 day voicemail frustration

By: andreww | 14-05-2013 16:26


A little known fact is that if you don't access your giffgaff voicemail for 60 days any customisation is lost (no pin, no personalised greeting etc) and you're not informed it has happened :smileysad:


If having gone to the trouble of setting these, to find if you did need to urgently check voicemail from another phone if would be very annoying to find you can't!


This is idea is very simple - once a PIN and/or a personalised greeting has been set - just leave it there without any time limits for it to be removed :smileywink: 




by: jbennett82
on: 04-07-2018 21:18


by: thp87
on: 01-07-2018 17:31

Agreed with previous posts, original idea posted way back in 2013 - so what's the situation now then giffgaff?

by: nickyheywood
on: 21-06-2018 22:32

wicked idea

by: beached
on: 18-06-2018 10:42

I agree, it is an annoying and unnecassary restriction

by: oldsnoddy
on: 16-06-2018 08:50

The idea was posted in 2003 !! What is the up todate situation?

by: kevin_37
on: 12-06-2018 07:40

Yes very good idea

by: sandramaclean1967
on: 11-06-2018 06:28

I would like to get free voicemail with the £20 pound goody bag please

by: jason1973tess
on: 25-07-2018 19:54

I think you should get a full access to voicemail whether you top up £5 £10 £20 especially when you working on community as that as well I just don't get me why community workers don't get free voicemails and data I just don't get that all..

by: emmalouisep93
on: 10-06-2018 16:18

i like this idea

by: nerrin
on: 10-06-2018 16:08

I had no idea about this, thanks for pointing it out. And yes, it is a bad system

by: mandi71
on: 08-06-2018 20:17

What if you have a voice mail from a loved one but don't often use your voice mail service. You may wish to save that message indefinitely without having to worry about making sure you access your voice mail on a regular basis. I speak from experience as someone who uses voice mail very infrequently but who has in the past lost loved ones and wanted to keep their messages.