I have a problem that when I do not have cell coverage, if a voice mail is left for me I will not recieve it when I enter back into an area with coverage. The only way to receive it is to do a manual refresh in the voice mail app. The problem here is that I can go for days without receiving a voice mail until I cycle power of refresh voice mail within the app.
Any suggestions on how to correct this?
Phone: Samsung Galaxy S5, SM-G900V
OS: Android 6.0.1
Voice Mail App: Verizon Visual Voicemail 4.1.25
I depend on my messages to come through quickly. What is your zip code? Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
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buzzmant, I get your point of view although we need to determine a few facts before we can come to a proper resolution. The last thing we want to do is assume things and throw out random fixes for the voicemail issue/delays. Not all of our responses are answers and the statement below my name is simply part of our signature.
If you have the same issue, I need to uncover a few facts to better assist. This is not a known issue and voicemails would automatically come in anytime you have service. What make and model phone do you have? What zip code do you experience these issues in?
If my response answered your question please click the _Correct Answer_ button under my response. This ensures others can benefit from our conversation. Thanks in advance for your help with this.
I know how important it is to make sure that you receive all of your voicemails. Help me to better understand what you are experiencing because I am not sure that I understand what is happening. What do you mean when you say that the Voicemail is not refreshing?