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VIZIO V-NE-HVM-E 3/03 User's Manual
Quick Reference Instructions
Verizon Home Voice Mail
Your first step ... ALWAYS GET INTO YOUR MAILBOX FIRST
To do this from your home telephone, dial the Home Voice Mail system number,
then enter your passcode.
Once you’re in your mailbox ...
To listen to your messages
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While listening to your messages ...
To replay a message
To save a message
To erase a message
To reply to a message
To copy a message
To jump to the end of a message
To back up a few seconds
To pause for a few seconds
To jump ahead a few seconds
To skip a message
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Special keys
that are always
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Cancel and Exit
Recorded Help
Skip and
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Verizon Home
Voice Mail
To find out if
you have new
messages
Simply pick up your
home telephone. If you
hear the interrupted dial
tone, new messages are
waiting for you.
Anytime you’re in your mailbox ...
To send messages
To change your greeting or name
To change your password
To set up or erase a Multiple Mailbox
To set up Pager Notification
To set up Call Wake Up
To set up Call Reminder
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V-NE-HVM-E 3/03
User Guide
If you need
assistance, call
1-800-523-0559
during normal
business hours.
You may also go
to our Web site ...
www.verizon.com
Easy steps to get
you started
4.
Before using Home Voice
Mail for the first time ...
Take a few minutes to get set up. Follow
the steps below and listen carefully to the
recorded instructions. If you need
assistance, just call 1-800-523-0559
during normal business hours and
someone will help you.
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5.
Review the Limitations of Liability
and Terms and Conditions for Home
Voice Mail found at the end of this
guide. During the set up process,
you will be asked to indicate that
you have reviewed this before you
can proceed with setting up your
mailbox.
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Create your own 4- to 10-digit
password.
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Record the greeting your callers will
hear.
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Press ≠. Now go to Step 4.
- or Press≠
n Enter your mailbox number,
which is the same as your home
telephone number.
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Enter your starter password.
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Press ≠. Now go to Step 4.
Record a busy greeting* that your
callers will hear when your line is
busy.
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How To Retrieve Messages
You can only retrieve messages from a
Touch-Tone telephone.
Your Access Number is the phone
number you dial to reach Verizon
Home Voice Mail each time you
want to retrieve your messages or
make any changes after setting up
your Home Voice Mail service.
From Your Home:
If you have messages, you will hear an
interrupted dial tone when you pick up
the receiver.
Your Access Number is located on
your cover letter.
Write your Access Number here so
you can find it easily.
Useful Definitions
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Record your name as a label for
your mailbox.
Home Voice Mail - A Verizon Voice
Messaging Service
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For Multiple Mailbox, there are a
few additional steps required to set
up this feature. Please refer to “How
To Set Up the Multiple Mailbox”
section of this guide.
Mailbox Number - Your home telephone
number or the telephone number that has
Home Voice Mail
Dial your access number.
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Enter your password when
prompted.
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To listen to your messages, press
⁄.
From Outside Your Home:
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Dial your access number (with area
code if necessary).
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Press ± when your call is
answered.
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Enter your mailbox number (your
telephone number equipped with
Home Voice Mail, starting with the
area code).
Password - A personal identification
number that you create to access your
Home Voice Mail mailbox (You can
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change your password as often as you like.)
Greeting - The announcement you record
in your own words for your callers to
hear, or the standard announcement
provided by the system, if you choose
Enter your password when
prompted.
You will then hear how many messages
you have, as well as the Main Menu
options.
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Main Menu - The list of options you
choose from once you’ve dialed into the
Home Voice Mail service
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You will then hear how many messages
you have, as well as the Main Menu
options.
Access Number:
*Busy greeting is available only
where facilities exist.
away from home
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at home
Enter your starter password.
Now that you have set up your Home
Voice Mail mailbox, you’re ready to learn
how easy it is to use this service. Use this
booklet as a guide to follow the simple
voice instructions that tell you what
choices you have at each step.
If you do not record a busy greeting,
callers will always hear your regular
greeting.
Depending on where you are
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Listen carefully to the recorded
instructions. They will guide you
through setting up your mailbox —
the place where your messages,
greetings and password are stored
and where all Home Voice Mail
activities take place.
Special Keys - Now and then, the voice
prompts will ask you to press — or ±
located on the bottom row of your
telephone keypad
Using Home Voice Mail
You will:
Dial the Verizon Home Voice Mail
system number. Wait for the system
to answer.
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To indicate that you have read and
agree with the Limitations of
Liability and Terms and Conditions,
press ¡.
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To listen to your messages, press
⁄.
After you hear each message, you will
have the following three options:
From Another Home Voice Mail
Subscriber’s Phone with the Same
Access Number:
Retrieving messages from another Home
Voice Mail subscriber’s phone with the
same access number is the same as
retrieving messages from outside your
home (as described above).
Erase
Go to End of
Message
Back Up
Pause
Jump
Ahead
Main
Menu
Help
To erase a message, press ‹.
From the Personal Options Menu you can
change your password, greetings or
name. You can reach the Personal
Options Menu by pressing ‹ at the
Main Menu.
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Copy
To save a message, press ¤.
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Personal Options
While listening to your messages you
have the following options:
Reply
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Your mailbox can hold up to 30 messages
that can be up to two minutes in length.
This includes new messages from
incoming callers and any saved messages.
When the mailbox reaches this limit,
callers will hear that the mailbox is full
and is not accepting any new messages.
Then, in order to receive any new
messages, you will need to erase some of
your messages.
Each message you retrieve is marked with
the day and time it was received. For
example, your message will be marked:
“Received Monday, June 22, at 1:23 p.m.”
You will then hear the recorded message.
You will hear new messages first, if you
have any, followed by saved messages.
Save
To replay a message, press ⁄.
Note: You must save, erase or skip each message
before you can listen to the next one.
What You Can Do with
Messages
Replay
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How To Change Your Password:
You can change your password as often as
you like. Choose a password that’s easy
for you to remember and hard for others
to guess. It can be a word or number four
to 10 digits long. It cannot be your
telephone number, one digit repeated (for
example, 44444), or a sequence of digits
(for example, 12345). Memorize your
password or write it down. If you ever
forget your password, call a Product
Support Line Representative.
Skip
Message
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To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
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To hear your current password, press
¤.
You will then have two choices:
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With either choice, your current
greeting will be played:
To keep your current password,
press ⁄.
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To keep your current greeting, press
¡.
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To change your current greeting,
press ™. When you are finished
recording, press ≠.
You can easily change the greeting that
people hear when they call and you are
not available. You can also change your
busy greeting.* Remember, if you choose
not to record a busy greeting, your callers
will always hear your regular greeting.
For both regular and busy greetings, you
can choose to have the service play the
standard greeting if you don’t want to
record a greeting in your own voice.
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To select the standard greeting, press
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The pre-recorded standard regular
greeting is:
How To Change Your Recorded Name
or Select Your Mailbox Number:
“The person you called (recorded name
or mailbox number) is not available right
now. Please leave your message at the
tone.”
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To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
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The pre-recorded standard busy
greeting is:
To hear the Greeting/Name menu,
press ⁄.
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To hear your name or mailbox
number, press ¤.
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To change your current password,
press ¤.
How To Change Your Greetings:
When you choose to use the standard
regular greeting or the standard busy
greeting, the service will automatically
play your recorded name or mailbox
number to identify your mailbox to
callers.
* Busy greeting is available only where facilities exist.
“The person you called (recorded name
or mailbox number) is on the phone right
now. Please leave your message at the
tone.”
You will then have three choices:
To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press £ at the Main Menu.
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To reach the Greeting/Name menu,
press ¡.
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To change your Greeting, press ¡.
You will then have two choices:
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To change your regular greeting,
press ¡.
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To change your busy greeting,*
press ™.
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To keep your current recorded name
or mailbox number, press ⁄.
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To record a new name, press ¤.
When you are finished recording,
press ±.
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To use your mailbox number in place
of your name, press ‹.
Multiple Mailbox
For example:
A Suggestion for Easy Set-Up:
Multiple Mailbox is great for families
with teenagers, for households with
roommates and for people who work
at/from their home. With Multiple
Mailbox, up to eight additional members
of your household can receive private
messages in their own personal mailbox.
“If you want Jim, press ⁄; if you want
Bill press ¤; if you want Mar y, press
‹; if you want John (host), leave your
message after the tone.”
Have one member of your household
follow the voice instructions for setting
up all the mailboxes and then have that
person help the other household members
change their passwords (for privacy) and
record their names and individual
greetings in their own voices, at their
own convenience.
Once a caller chooses a mailbox
extension number (1, 2, 3, etc.), he/she
will then hear the individual greeting for
that mailbox. The message the caller
leaves is private for that mailbox owner
and can be retrieved only by that owner
with his/her password. If the caller does
not choose a mailbox extension number,
the message will automatically be placed
in the host mailbox.
Each household member has his/her own
password and greeting. There’s no
wading through other people’s messages
to get to yours. Even better, your
messages are kept private for you until
you are ready to review them. The
Multiple Mailbox feature can be added to
your existing Home Voice Mail service.
If you do not already subscribe to the
Multiple Mailbox feature and would like
additional information, please call your
local business office.
The “host” is the person who sets up the
Multiple Mailbox and records the initial
greeting.
Individuals with a Multiple Mailbox will
want to call the Access Number
periodically to check for messages. The
Multiple Mailbox can hold up to 50
messages up to two minutes in length.
This includes new messages in all the
individual mailboxes from incoming
callers, as well as any saved messages.
How To Set Up the Multiple Mailbox:
If you are a Multiple Mailbox subscriber,
there are a few additional steps you need
to follow. Once you have set up your
Home Voice Mail mailbox, you’re ready
to set up from one to eight* individual
mailboxes so callers can leave private
messages for different members of your
household.
How Multiple Mailbox Works:
When no one is available to answer your
phone, callers will hear your Home Voice
Mail mailbox greeting first, such as
“Hello, you’ve reached the Smith
residence.” Voice instructions will then
explain how the caller can access the
mailbox of the person he/she is trying to
reach. Callers will hear the household
member’s name and the number for
his/her specific mailbox extension.
Sample Individual Greeting:
1.
“Hi, this is Jim. Please leave a
message for me after the tone.”
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“Hi, I can’t get to the phone right
now. Please leave a message after
the beep.”
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After you’ve set up your Multiple
Mailbox, you need to change the greeting
that you recorded at the time you set up
your mailbox using the instructions in the
section “Before using Home Voice Mail
for the first time.” Refer to the “How To
Change Your Greetings” section on page
6 for instructions on how to record a new
greeting.
How To Set Up Your Multiple Mailbox
when Household Members Are not
Present:
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Dial your Access Number.
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Enter your password when
prompted.
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To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
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To set up a Multiple Mailbox, press
‹ again.
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Dial the mailbox extension number
(1, 2, 3, etc.) you wish to set up.
Sample Greeting: “Thank you for
calling. You’ve reached the (name)
residence.”
To Set Up Your Multiple Mailbox with
Household Members Present:
Follow the instructions outlined in the
left-hand column on this page but allow
each household member to set up his/her
individual mailbox himself/herself by
following the Multiple Mailbox voice
instructions.
A temporary password is automatically
assigned for this Multiple Mailbox
extension. Listen to the temporary
password.
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How To Erase a Multiple Mailbox:
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To change it, press ¤.
To keep it, press
You, the host, have the option to erase a
Multiple Mailbox extension. When you
erase a mailbox extension, you erase all
messages, the password, recorded name
and greeting for that mailbox. Once
erased, that particular mailbox and its
contents are gone.
Be sure to write the password down so
you’ll be able to pass it on to the
appropriate household member.
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Repeat the above steps for each
Multiple Mailbox extension.
Follow the simple voice instructions
to record the Multiple Mailbox
extension name and individual
greeting.
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“Hi, this is Mary, I’m not home so
leave me a message. Thanks.”
To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
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* Eight additional mailboxes available where facilities
exist, three elsewhere.
To indicate you want to erase a
mailbox extension, press ‹ again.
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Enter the mailbox extension number
you wish to erase (1, 2, 3, etc.).
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Sample Individual Greeting: “Hi, this
is (name). Please leave a message for me
after the tone.”
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The voice instructions will tell you that
the Multiple Mailbox extension already
exists.
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To erase the mailbox extension,
press ⁄.
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To cancel the request, press —.
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To erase another mailbox, choose
another mailbox extension number.
If not, just press —.
Frequently Asked
Questions
How Will I Know if I Have New
Messages?
Can I Leave a Reminder Message in
My Own Mailbox if I’m at Home?
How Does Home Voice Mail Work with
Distinctive Ring?
If you have new messages, you will hear
an interrupted dial tone when you pick up
your telephone receiver. You can use your
telephone for making calls even while
you hear the interrupted dial tone.
Calls to the Distinctive Ring number(s)
are answered in the same manner as
calls to the main number when the
Distinctive Ring number(s) have been
preprogrammed by Verizon to forward to
Home Voice Mail.
How Quickly Does Home Voice Mail
Pick Up My Calls?
Dial your Access Number. When the
service answers and asks you for your
password, press ——. This will bring
you back to the general Verizon Voice
Messaging Service greeting. When
prompted, enter your seven-digit mailbox
number to hear your greeting. Leave your
message at the tone.
When you signed up for the service, you
selected your “ring cycle;” that is, the
range of rings heard before Home Voice
Mail answers your calls.
Compatibility with Other
Verizon Services
Do I Have to Listen to all the Voice
Prompts Before Selecting an Option?
How Does Home Voice Mail Work with
Call Waiting?
Messaging
No, you don’t have to wait for the
recorded voice to start or finish if you
already know your choice. You can select
your desired option before the voice
prompt is completed.
When you hear the Call Waiting tone,
answer the second call using the Call
Waiting feature. If you choose to ignore
the call waiting tone, the call will be
answered by Home Voice Mail. When
you cancel Call Waiting (by pressing
—‡‚, the Selective Call Waiting
feature) and your Home Voice Mail is
pre-programmed by Verizon to forward
when your line is busy, your calls will be
answered by Home Voice Mail.
With Messaging, you can send a message
directly to other Home Voice Mail
subscribers, without ringing their
telephone, and they can record a reply.
Delivery Options allow you to mark your
message urgent, private, for future
delivery, or confirmed delivery. Future
delivery allows you to record a message
to be delivered up to 30 days into the
future. With confirmed delivery, you
receive a return receipt so you know they
got the message.
What if I Get Stuck?
Don’t worry, if you don’t know which
buttons to press, you can always press
‚ for more information. If you need
further assistance, call the Product
Support Line number shown on the back
of this guide.
What Exactly Is My Mailbox? What Is
My Mailbox Number?
Do My Callers Have to Listen to My
Entire Greeting before Leaving a
Message?
Your mailbox is where your messages are
stored within Home Voice Mail. Your
mailbox number is the same as your
home phone number.
No, your callers may press ± at any
time during the greeting to skip to the
tone. If you subscribe to the Multiple
Mailbox feature, when your callers press
±, they will go directly to the host
mailbox.
How Many Messages Can My Mailbox
Hold and for How Long?
Your Home Voice Mail mailbox can hold
from seven to 50 messages that can be
from one to two minutes in length,
depending on the type of service you
have. Home Voice Mail keeps messages
for seven to 30 days depending on your
service type.
What Happens If a Caller Hangs Up
without Leaving a Message?
If the caller hangs up before your
greeting finishes playing, Home Voice
Mail will not record the “hang-up.”
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Home Voice Mail Optional
Features
The following features are available to
enhance your Home Voice Mail service.
How Does Home Voice Mail Work with You can easily send many people the
Call Forwarding?
same message, you can send a message to
yourself, or to one of the members of
your household, and you can reply to
messages received from another Home
Voice Mail subscriber. A per use charge
of 10¢* applies for each message and
mailbox destination.
When you program Call Forwarding to
your Access Number, your calls will be
answered by Home Voice Mail. When
you program Call Forwarding to any
other number, your calls will ring into
that number and are not answered by
Home Voice Mail.
* Price subject to change without notice; availability and
other restrictions may apply.
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How To Use Messaging:
Remember to always enter the 10-digit
number (area code plus telephone
number) of the person to whom you want
the message delivered:
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To send a message, press ¤ at the
Main Menu
Dial a mailbox number and press
±.
The system will play the recorded name
of the person whose mailbox you dialed
or will repeat the number you dialed.
You may choose more than one Delivery
Option from this menu.
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To make the message Urgent, press
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To make the message Private, press
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To choose Future Delivery, press
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To choose Confirmed Delivery, press
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To exit Delivery Options, press —
How To Set Future Delivery:
Next you will hear the Send Menu:
Future Delivery allows you to record a
message to be delivered up to 30 days
into the future. The system will prompt
you for the month, day and time you
want the message delivered. For example,
June would be fl±.
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To send a message, press ⁄.
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To record the message, press ¤.
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To listen to the message, press ‹.
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To choose delivery options,
press ›.
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To add to the recording, press fi.
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To cancel sending, press
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If the destination is correct, press
⁄ to continue.
Record a message after the tone and
press ±.
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After sending your message, you may
send the same message to other
mailboxes.
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To send the message to more
mailboxes, dial the mailbox number
and press ±.
If you don’t, press
—.
How To Choose Delivery Options:
The system will prompt you for the day
of the month you want your message
delivered. For example, August 10 is
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±
Enter the time of day and press ±
The system will prompt you to choose
a.m. or p.m. delivery:
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With Call Wake Up, you can stop
worrying about setting the alarm. This
service allows you to set up a Call Wake
Up schedule for every day of the week.
You can change the schedule as often as
you like and turn the Call Wake Up
option on/off as you please.
With Call Wake Up, you can be
awakened by a standardized message or a
customized message that you have prerecorded. If a busy signal is encountered
or the call is not answered, Call Wake Up
will attempt to deliver your message
every three minutes up to five times.
A per use charge of l0¢* applies for each
Call Wake Up delivered. Call Wake Up is
also available for a monthly rate.
*Price subject to change without notice, availability and
other restrictions may apply.
How To Use Call Wake Up:
⁄
For p.m. press ¤
For a.m. press
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To set up Call Wake Up Time, press
⁄.
The system will prompt you to enter the
time you want to wake up each day of the
week, beginning with Monday.
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Enter the time of day when you wish
to receive Call Wake Up.
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To enter a.m., press
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⁄.
To enter p.m., press ¤.
To skip to the next day, press
‚‚.
Setting Up a Customized Message:
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To record a special wake up message
for the next wake up call, press ¤
from the Call Wake Up Option
menu.
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To access Notification Options, press
fi.
The system will replay the message.
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To access the Call Wake Up Option
Menu, press ¤.
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To keep the message, press ⁄.
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To change the message, press ¤.
How To Use the Call Wake Up Option
Menu:
The system will tell you if Call Wake Up
is on or off. Call Wake Up does NOT
need to be On to set up a schedule.
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If Call Wake Up times have already been
set, the system will review the schedule
and give you the option of keeping or
changing it.
To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
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To access Delivery Options, press
› from the Send Menu.
How To Use Your Call Wake Up
Schedule:
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Enter the day of the month and press
The system will prompt you for the time
of day you want your message delivered.
Delivery Options allow you to mark your
message urgent, private, for future
delivery, or confirmed delivery.
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Enter the number of the month and
press ±.
Call Wake Up
⁄.
To back up, press —.
To turn on/off, press
To set up your Call Wake Up
schedule, press ¤.
Call Wake Up Frequently
Asked Questions
Can I turn Call Wake Up off if I’m
planning to be away from my home
for an extended period?
With Call Wake Up, you have the ability
to turn your Call Wake Up on/off at any
time. You can turn the service off while
you are away and turn it back on when
you return.
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Each time I turn Call Wake Up On/Off,
must I reset my schedule?
No, Call Wake Up reverts back to the
previous schedule saved.
Will I still receive my Call Wake Up if
my telephone is busy when it is
scheduled for delivery?
If a Call Wake Up delivery fails for any
reason, the service will attempt the call
every three minutes, up to five times.
Helpful Hints
Be sure to turn Call Wake Up back ON
when you want to use the service again.
When setting up your Call Wake Up
service, there is no need to wait until the
end of a voice prompt. Once a prompt
starts you may enter a selection at any
time.
Call Reminder
charge for Call Reminders deposited in
your own mailbox.
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To keep your Call Reminder, press
⁄.
*Price subject to change without notice, availability and
other restrictions may apply.
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To re-record your Call Reminder,
press ¤.
How To Use Call Reminder:
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To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
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To access Notification Options, press
fi.
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To access Call Reminder Option
Menu, press ‹.
To hear your Call Reminder, press
‹.
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To cancel your Call Reminder, press
—.
When you are satisfied with your Call
Reminder message, the system will
prompt you for the month, day and time
you want the Call Reminder delivered.
How To Use the Call Reminder Option
Menu:
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Each month you may make up to 500
reminder calls. Every time you use Call
Reminder, the service tells you how many
reminder calls you have remaining for the
month. This allows you to keep track of
how many you’ve sent each month.
The system will prompt you for the day
of the month you want your Call
Reminder delivered.
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To set the Call Reminder, press ¤.
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To back up, press
—.
With Call Reminder, you will never have
to worry about the hassles of delivering
messages or remembering important
meetings and occasions. It allows you to
record a message to be delivered within
30 days in the future.
How To Use the Set Up Reminder
Menu:
Call Reminder will ring the recipient’s
telephone at the time you designate and
play the message you have recorded for
delivery. A per use charge of 15¢* applies
for each Call Reminder delivered.
Call Reminder also allows you to deliver
messages into your own mailbox. Use
this capability to remind yourself of
important events by leaving a reminder
message in your mailbox. There is no
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To set Call Reminder for your own
mailbox, press ⁄.
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To set Call Reminder to ring
someone else’s telephone, press ¤.
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To back up, press
—.
How to set Call Reminder to leave a
message in your own mailbox:
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The system will prompt you to
record a reminder message to
yourself at the tone. When finished,
press ±.
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Enter the day of the month you want
the Call Reminder delivered.
The system will prompt you for the time
of day you want your Call Reminder
delivered.
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Enter the time of day you want the
Call Reminder delivered.
The system will prompt you to designate
either a.m. or p.m.
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For a.m., press
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For p.m., press
⁄.
¤.
How To Set Call Reminder to Ring a
Telephone:
The system will prompt you to dial a
number where you want the Call
Reminder sent. Always enter the 10-digit
number (area code and number) of the
party to whom you want the message
delivered.
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For January, press ⁄, December,
press ⁄¤, etc.
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Enter an additional number to
receive a Call Reminder, otherwise
press ‹.
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Record your Reminder message to
the recipient.
When satisfied with your Call Reminder
message, the system will prompt you for
the month, day and time the Call
Reminder is to be delivered.
n
For January, press ⁄, December,
press ⁄¤, etc.
The system will prompt you for the day
of the month you want your Call
Reminder delivered.
n
Enter the day of the month you want
the Call Reminder delivered.
The system will prompt you for the time
of day you want your Call Reminder
delivered.
n
Enter the time of day you want the
Call Reminder delivered.
The system will prompt you to designate
either a.m. or p.m.
n
n
⁄.
For p.m., press ¤.
For a.m., press
Call Reminder Frequently
Asked Questions
Can I send a Call Reminder to
anyone, anywhere?
Call Reminders can be made within your
Verizon calling area.
Record the recipient’s name.
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What if no one is available to answer
the telephone when a Call Reminder
comes in?
Setting Pager Notification:
n
To reach the Personal Options Menu,
press ‹ at the Main Menu.
Call Reminder will record on either an
answering device or Home Voice Mail. If
it encounters a busy signal or no answer,
it will retry every 30 minutes up to five
times.
n
To access Notification Options
Menu, press fi.
n
To access Paging Options, press ⁄.
Can I use Call Reminder to ring my
own telephone?
n
Yes, from the “To Set a Call Reminder to
Ring a Telephone” menu, dial your own
10-digit telephone number when
prompted to enter a number. Reminder
Call charges of 15¢ per call delivered
apply.
The system will confirm that Pager
Notification is on/off and return you to
the main menu.
Helpful Hints
Always enter the 10-digit number (area
code and number) of the party to which
the message will be delivered.
When setting up a Call Reminder, there is
no need to wait until the end of a voice
prompt. Once a prompt starts you enter a
selection at any time.
Pager Notification
Pager Notification sends a signal to your
pager when you have a message waiting
in your mailbox. You can then call Home
Voice Mail at your convenience to
retrieve your message. Pager Notification
is available by subscription. To order, call
your local Business Office at the number
listed on your bill or in the front of your
phone book.
The system will let you let you know if
Pager Notification is on or off.
To turn your Pager Notification on
or off, press ⁄.
n
To set up your notification schedule,
press ¤
n
To change your paging schedule,
press ⁄
The system will prompt you to enter the
your pager number. Enter the 10-digit
pager number.
The system will prompt you to enter the
time of day that you will be accepting
calls during the week, Monday through
Friday. Enter the time of day when you
will start accepting calls.
n
For a.m., press
n
For p.m., press
⁄.
¤.
Enter the time of day when you will stop
accepting calls.
n
n
⁄.
For p.m., press ¤.
For a.m., press
Follow the prompts to enter the hours
you will be accepting calls on the
weekends.
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Next, you must decide if you wish to be
paged for all messages left in your
mailbox or only urgent messages.
n
If you would like to be notified of
all messages, press ⁄.
n
If you like to be notified of only
urgent messages, press ¤.
Helpful Hints
n
n
There is no need to wait until the
end of a voice prompt. Once a
prompt starts you can enter a
selection at any time.
Pager numbers must be within your
local calling area or be a toll-free
number.
Limitations of Liability
The Telephone Company will make every reasonable
attempt to maintain reliable and continuous service,
however, there may be some system downtime, e.g.,
maintenance reasons. The Telephone Company will
not be liable for any claimed damage from such
downtime. The Telephone Company’s liability, if any,
for its gross negligence or willful misconduct is not
limited by these Limitations of Liability. With respect
to any other claim or suit, by a customer or by any
others, for damages associated with the installation,
provision, termination, maintenance, repair or
restoration of service, the Telephone Company’s
liability, if any, shall not exceed an amount equal to
the proportionate charge for the period during which
the service was affected. The Telephone Company is
not responsible for any other claimed damage, e.g.,
lost messages or service inter ruptions, under any
theory of liability whatsoever. The Telephone
Company extends no warranty, express or implied,
for the service.
There may be a charge to replace lost passwords.
Individual messages are kept for up to 30 days. The
service will hold a number of messages based on
the type of Home Voice Mail service to which you
subscribe. Once this limit is reached, the mailbox
will not accept any new messages. Each message
can be a maximum of two minutes in length.
How Home Voice Mail
Interacts with Your Local
Measured Service
Local Measured Service charging applies to Home
Voice Mail service. This includes each time a call is
forwarded to your mailbox and each time you
access the Verizon Voice Messaging System and
perform any of the available functions. Your total
end of month local usage charges depend on the
Measured Service option you have.
Messaging, Call Wake Up,
Call Reminder, and Pager
Notification Terms and
Conditions
If a Call Wake Up, Call Reminder or Messaging
delivery failure occurs, the service will retry
according to the predetermined retry schedule.
Once the retry schedule is completed, no further
attempts for delivery will be made.
Unlawful, fraudulent or abusive use of these services may result in the discontinuance of Home Voice
Mail.
Depending on your type of basic telephone service,
you may be charged for calls to set up these services.
Call delivery is limited to numbers within your
Verizon calling area.
Terms and Conditions
Usage charges for Measured Rate customers are not
included in the monthly charge. The service may be
canceled at any time. If the service is disconnected
prior to the end of the first month, a one-month
minimum charge will apply. The service may be
terminated for failure to pay in a timely fashion.
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