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Voicemail Service To Be Updated

Verizon Wireless is updating voicemail service for select customers through the end of 2017. If you've been notified of these changes, you'll need to set up a new voice mailbox in order to receive new voice messages. You will have received an e-mail and/or SMS with the date of your particular voicemail update. To learn more about setting up your new voicemail service and accessing your older stored messages, click on the date of your voicemail update below:

Voicemail Service To Be Updated On April 14, 2017

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on April 14, 2017. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after April 14, 2017. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

(IMPORTANT: only follow these steps on or after April 14; they will not work before that date)

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (801) 891-9201.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before May 15, 2017 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated on March 31, 2017

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on March 31, 2017. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after March 31, 2017. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

(IMPORTANT: only follow these steps on or after March 31; they will not work before that date)

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (719) 651-9223.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.
  4. If your voice messages can't be accessed at that number, please call either (303) 349-7346 or (208) 484-6201 and repeat steps 2 and 3.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before April 30, 2017 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voice Mail Service To Be Updated On March 3, 2017

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on March 3, 2017. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after March 3, 2017. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

(IMPORTANT: only follow these steps on or after March 3; they will not work before that date)

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (402) 681-9679.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.
  4. If your voice messages can't be accessed at that number, please call (515) 310-2898 and repeat steps 2 and 3.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before April 2, 2017 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated September 23, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on Sep 23, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or about Sep 23, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (812) 320-2957.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.
  4. If your voice messages cannot be accessed at that number, please call (317) 408-0020 and repeat steps 2 and 3.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before Oct 18, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated September 30, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on Sep 30, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or about Sep 30, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (760) 691-0990.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before Oct 23, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On October 21, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on Oct 21, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or about Oct 21, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (424) 202-4800.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If your voice messages can't be accessed at that number, please call one of the following numbers and repeat steps 2 and 3: (843) 670-6245, (951) 204-9664, or (951) 204-9665.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before Nov 10, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On October 28, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on Oct 28, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or about Oct 28, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (612) 720-5711.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before Nov 17, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On November 6, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on November 6, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after November 6, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (419) 346-2131.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.
  4. If your voice messages cannot be accessed at that number, please call (918) 550-9500 and repeat steps 2 and 3.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before November 23, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On November 11, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on November 11, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after November 11, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (602) 501-5299.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before December 1, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On November 18, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on November 18, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after November 18, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (724) 986-6220.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before December 8, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On December 2, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on December 2, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after December 3, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

(IMPORTANT: only follow these steps on or after December 3; they will not work before that date)

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (320) 815-5750.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before December 17, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On December 9, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on December 9, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after December 10, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

(IMPORTANT: only follow these steps on or after December 10; they will not work before that date)

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (717) 574-6245.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before December 26, 2016 to allow adequate time for processing.



Voicemail Service To Be Updated On December 16, 2016

Verizon Wireless is beginning a national Voicemail update on December 16, 2016. In order to take advantage of the update and to continue receiving new messages, you'll need to set up a new Voice Mailbox on or after December 15, 2016. The information below provides instructions on how to set up your new Voicemail service and how to save your stored messages.

How to Set Up Your New Voicemail Service:

(IMPORTANT: only follow these steps on or after December 15; they will not work before that date)

  1. Call *86 from your mobile phone.
  2. Press # to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the setup prompts to create a new password and greeting.

You've successfully set up your new Voicemail service.

Note: After the update is complete, you won't be able to reply to or forward your stored voice messages. Your stored messages will be deleted after 30 days.

How to Access Your Stored Voicemail Messages:

To listen to your stored messages:

  1. Call (901) 233-8379.
  2. When prompted, press # followed by your 10-digit mobile number.
  3. Press # to interrupt the greeting, then enter your Voice Mailbox password.

If you'd like to permanently save any of your stored voice messages, contact CBW Productions at cbwproductions.com or (800) 770-8046. This third-party vendor can save your Voicemail messages on an MP3, CD or memory stick.

Note: Please contact CBW Productions before January 2, 2017 to allow adequate time for processing.



IMPORTANT: Airtime, long distance, roaming charges and taxes apply when setting up your Voicemail or retrieving messages from your wireless phone. Voice Mailboxes not initialized within 45 days will be canceled. Your Verizon Wireless Voice Mailbox is not password-protected until you create a password by following the set-up instructions provided on this page. Verizon Wireless is not liable for missed Voicemails, or deletions of Voicemails from your Voice Mailbox, even if you saved them. Please note that depending on your location, you may have to temporarily turn off Call Forwarding to be able to access your Voice Mailbox.

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