I used Sprint with Google Voice until it became unavailable. Since it was deactivated it, I don't get any voicemails at all. There is no option to leave a message when the number is dialed, it just rings until it hangs up. If I call into the voicemail I get a recorded voice that says "The number you have called is busy."
Someone previously looked into it, but was unable to resolve it. I was told that I would need to speak with an actual Sprint tech. I didn't have the time then and decided not to bother with it at. However, I now have a need to get it fixed.
Any help would be appreciated.
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Yes, I'm still having an issue. When I try to access voicemail it says, "Sorry the number you called was busy, please try again later."
I did a restart and power off.
Experiencing this issue can be frustrating. Is it that you're experiencing a delay in receiving, or are you just not receiving your voicemails?
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Hi! I'm guessing that you've completed a couple troubleshooting steps through our Tech Team, so I'd like to review some notes on what they've done. We'll be able to work from there and find a solution. Sending you a private message now.
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