iPhone voicemail is one useful tool that enables people to leave you voice messages when they can’t reach you by calling. And iPhone voicemail service lets you check your voice messages and choose which one to listen to or remove as you like.
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After you got a new iPhone 7, if you want to use iPhone voicemail to get some important voice messages when you missed someone’s call, firstly you need to set up voicemail on your new iPhone 7. But some of you may be a little confused about how to set up iPhone voicemail. Therefore, we’ll talk about how to set up voicemail on your new iPhone 7 below.
3 steps to set up voicemail on iPhone 7/7 plus
iPhone users may use different network carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc. And for these different network carriers, the steps to set up iPhone voicemail are similar. So you can follow the normal steps below to set up voicemail on your new iPhone 7.
Step 1. Go to the Phone app on your iPhone 7 and tap the Voicemail, then click “Set Up Now”.
Step 2. Create a voicemail password and click “Done”, then enter your password again to confirm it and tap “Done”.
Step 3. Then you are on the Greeting page, choose Custom or Default (If you select Custom, you can record a new greeting as you like).
Get help if failed in setting up iPhone voicemail
After you followed the above steps, if you couldn’t set up voicemail on your iPhone 7/ 7 plus, you can try the following tips to fix the issue.
- Check cellular network connection on your iPhone 7 by calling someone.
- Check out whether you have set up your voicemail. To check, you can dial your phone number from your iPhone 7.
- Call your iPhone 7 from another phone and leave yourself a voicemail.
- Choose “Reset Network Settings”, in Settings app on your iPhone 7 > General > Reset.
The bottom line
As you can see, setting up voicemail on iPhone 7/7 plus needs just 3 steps. And if this guide helps you set up iPhone voicemail, please share with your friends.