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    hello everyone,
    is anyone having a problem with their voicemail alerts?
    I am on a iphone 1.1.1 unlocked with anysim1.1p running on t-mobile USA

    problem is -
    1. voicemail alert (red dot) comes up everytime i reboot the iphone.
    2. the alert does not go away when i check my voicemail.
    3. the alert will only disappear if i listen to a brand new voice message.
    4. it seems to be a sim card issue, since my girlfriend is also on tmobile unlocked to 1.1.1 has alert (red dot) issues.

    does anybody have or know of a fix for this without obtaining a new sim card replacement?



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    Getting a new SIM will make it go away. T-Mobile didn't charge me when I pointed ou the issue, I just went in, said voicemail notifications weren't working, offered to buy a SIM, but they gave it to me for free.

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    Hi guys,

    i have an iphone downgraded from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2, my problem is i am not able to receive SMS from others but i can send. can some one help me to solve this

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    try this..iPhone Voicemail Button Fix......from http://www.haklabs.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by arnoldg View Post
    Getting a new SIM will make it go away. T-Mobile didn't charge me when I pointed ou the issue, I just went in, said voicemail notifications weren't working, offered to buy a SIM, but they gave it to me for free.
    You said you took yours into a store and asked for a new SIM card? Won't they refuse if I show them your iPhone, which is only supposed to be used on ATT networks? Also, when you got the new SIM card, did they switch it right then and there without having any interruption in your cell phone service? How would I get them to swap a new SIM card for me? Thanks for your help.


 

 

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