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Vocal messaging by MMS

Will I receive new voice messages by MMS if my vocal box is full?
No. If your vocal mailbox is full, you cannot receive new voice messages in the message center or by mms. You must continue to manage your voice box as you usually do (call and delete the messages you no longer need) to free up space for new voice messages.

Via MMS voicemail

Via MMS voicemail is a service that allows you to receive your voice messages in the form of audio files by MMS (multimedia messaging service). Instead of calling your voicemail, you can read the audio file directly from your messages to hear a voice message. You can also keep your voice messages as long as you wish, because audio files will remain in your text conversations until you delete them. Via MMS voicemail allows you to receive your voice messages in the form of audio files by MMS (multimedia messaging service). Instead of calling your voicemail, you can read the audio file directly from your messages to hear a voice message. You will continue to receive classic voicemail reviews, unless you decide to deactivate them. Consult the FAQ to find out more.

Eligibility for voicemail via MMS

All Bell Mobility customers subscribed to the messages center are eligible for this improvement and are automatically registered, with the exception of customers subscribed to voicemail options with text or visual voicemail. These customers can manually access voicemail via MMS by sending the text message “Start” (yes) to 44625. Note: To receive voice messages through multimedia messaging (MMS), your smartphone must be connected to the Bell network, cell data must be activated and you must be able to receive multimedia messages. There is no cost for data used with voicemail via MMS in Canada. Data fees will apply in roaming.

How can I choose to subscribe to voicemail via MMS or unsubscribe?
To no longer receive voicemail via MMS, send the text message “Stop” (no) to 44625.
To register for voicemail via MMS, send the text message “Start” (yes) to 44625.

How can I deactivate the voicemail reviews of my device?
To be notified new voice messages only By MMS, you can deactivate the default voicemail reviews of your device by sending the “disable” text message to the 44625. Please note that if you deactivate these opinions on your device, you will not be advised new voice messages in any situation where MMS cannot be sent. To reactivate the default voicemail reviews of your device, send the text message “Enable” (activate) to 44625.

Are they required for this service?
In Canada: No, this service is an improvement in the Center de Message option, which is included in all the Current Bell Mobility smartphones packages.

Outside Canada: roaming, the rates for using current data apply, and will be deducted from your roaming option, if applicable. Otherwise, the roaming data prices payable for use apply according to where you are traveling; See Bell.Ca/roaming to find out the roaming prices. The use of data applies if the audio file is downloaded automatically or if you open the MMS and download the audio file manually.

Will I receive new voice messages by MMS if my vocal box is full?
No. If your vocal mailbox is full, you cannot receive new voice messages in the message center or by mms. You must continue to manage your voice box as you usually do (call and delete the messages you no longer need) to free up space for new voice messages.

How can I delete voice messages?
You need to access your voicemail (keep a pressure on the 1 key from your phone) to delete your voice messages. By deleting the MMS audio files from your texts, your voice messages will only be removed from the storage space of your device.

Are the audio files of the multimedia messaging service stored on the phone?
Yes, MMS audio files occupy a minimal storage space on your device (a two -minute voice message uses approximately 200 ko of space). You can delete these files at any time. However, to delete voice messages, you need to access your voice box.
For any questions or concerns, please contact us or send a letter to:
Bureau of the secretary of Bell Mobility, Bell Canada, Bell Télé Satellite (Bell Expressvu), Bell Média and Bell Along.
VS.P. 201, branch C, Toronto (Ontario) M6J 3M9

Vocal messaging by MMS

Vocal messaging by MMS is a service that allows you to receive your voice messages in the form of audio files by MMS (multimedia messaging service). Instead of calling your voicemail, you can read the audio file directly from your messages to hear a voice message. You can also keep your voice messages as long as you want, since audio files will stay in your texts until you erase them.

Vocal messaging by MMS is included in all Virgin Plus Current Coffee Packages. No change will be made to the way you manage your vocal box (p. ex., Deletion of messages, modification of the personalized reception message, etc.), and you can still access your voicemail to listen to your messages, if you prefer.

You will continue to receive traditional voice messages, unless you choose to deactivate these opinions. See the FAQ for more info.

Eligibility for vocal messaging by MMS

All members of Virgin Plus with voicemail are eligible for this improvement and are automatically registered, with the exception of members who have the addition of voicemail by text and/or visual voicemail. These members can manually activate vocal messaging by MMS by texting yes to 44625.

Attention : To receive voice messages by MMS, your smartphone must be connected to the Virgin Plus network, must be able to receive MMS messages, and cellular data must be activated. There is no cost for using data for voice messages sent by MMS in Canada. Data costs apply to homelessness.

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To unsubscribe from vocal messaging by MMS, text “no” at 44625.
To register for vocal messaging by MMS, text “yes” at 44625.

In Canada: No, this service is an improvement in the voicemail option included in all Virgin more current smartphones. Outside Canada: when you are roaming, standard data use costs apply and these will be deducted from your travel passport or additions for roaming service, if applicable. If you have no addition for roaming service or a travel passport, voicemail by MMS will not work. The use of data applies if the download of audio files is done automatically or if you open the MMS and download the audio file manually.

No, if your vocal mailbox is full, you will not be able to receive any new voice message in your voice box or by MMS. You will have to continue to manage your voice messages as you would normally, by calling and erasing the messages you no longer need to free up space for new voice messages.

You need to access your voicemail (press and hold key 1 of your phone) to delete your voice messages. Delete MMS audio files from your texts will only remove them from the storage space on your phone.

Yes, MMS audio files use a minimum storage space on your phone (a 2 -minute voice message uses approximately 200 ko of space). You can delete these files at any time. However, to delete voicemail, you must access your voicemail.

For any questions or for any comments, please contact us or send a letter to:
Virgin Plus
Postal box 261, branch C
Toronto, we m6j 3p4