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Can I still access my voicemail if service is shutoff?
Driveshaft815
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Yeah, service just got shut-off a little bit ago. I owe $56 (paid half the bill two weeks ago when I got paid... was going to pay the other half this week, but... I have a whopping $60 to last me until payday next Friday).

I'm undecided on if I want to pay it now or not. It's not a lot, but then again, paying it would leave me absolutely broke for another two weeks. However, I do need to know, can people still leave me voicemails? And can I access those voicemails, online or whatever? I'm waiting on hearing back about an internal job transfer I put in for on Thursday... so missing this call would suck. Horribly.

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Re: Can I still access my voicemail if service is shutoff?
gina7239
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If you don't want to you can make a promise to pay with financial services and pay it up to 1week or so whenever you can. If you don't if you have a contract you will be paying cancellation fee.

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gina7239
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No you can get to anything without talking to financial services *611. They will turn it back on when you call. That happened my dad months ago and they turned it on and just requested a check over the phone for a date like a week or more.

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