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Google voice mail

Howe do I turn it off. I set it up a phone, and a few factory resets ago and I want it turned off. After new phone and resets it stayed on.
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Re: Google voice mail

Go to Google Voice, go to your Settings, and you will see your cell phone listed. You should see a little link with a deactivating voicemail option there. I mean go to google.com/voice on your PC.
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Re: Google voice mail

so I went to google.com/voice and it wanted to let me activate google voice with sprint and I did. my texts come as a text, voice txt and an email all at once. I have lost calling with my phone. I call out and it just rings forever to anyone, don't go to their voice-mail, and anyone that calls me, my phone don't ring on my end. I tried to deactivate, and I get the same thing. Just did factory reset, and not logging into google and I getr the same thing. sprint cant figure it out either. Did ##data# with them, they reset my account, they show google vioce is not active on my account, I hate to change my number cuz I've had it for 7 years.
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Re: Google voice mail

Never mind for now. It took google 2 hours to release my phone. I hope it no longer does my VM, will find out later I guess.

Only concern is google required to have at least 1 device active to handle my Voice Mail. And I ignored it.

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