++IMPORTANT: If you are on a PREPAID plan with your carrier, you will NOT have the necessary feature and No More Voicemail WILL NOT work on these plans, unfortunately.++
Supported by the following major US carriers:
» US Cellular
INTERNATIONAL USERS OUTSIDE OF THE U.S. ARE NOT SUPPORTED AT THIS TIME.
This simple app helps get the modern day message across that people should just text you if it's important.
No one likes voicemail in 2015, but carriers don't have a simple way for you to turn their system off and replicate this concept. The app helps you get setup and ensures you have a fast way to deactivate and restore your voicemail.
Voicemail for millennials. From the innovative telephony developers behind TapeACall, TrapCall and SpoofCard. We will be working to update the app every couple weeks, so stay turned for updates and improvements.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What if setup doesn't work?
Test your activation by calling your number from a different phone. If you reach your voicemail you are not setup properly. Try again by carefully following the steps described in the app. Make sure you call the activation number exactly as it is shown including all special characters (# and/or *). If that does not work try the following carrier-specific troubleshooting steps:
T-Mobile Users: Make sure your wifi is turned off, that you have cell service, and follow the activation steps again.
MetroPCS Users: Call MetroPCS at 888-863-8768 and ask the customer representative to enable the Value Bundle on your account (fees may apply). You can also do this yourself at www.metropcs.com
Verizon Users: Try calling both *906463439429 and *926463439429 instead of the *71 activation code in the app. Call these two numbers separately.
How do I disable No More Voicemail?
IMPORTANT: You must deactivate No More Voicemail to restore your voicemail. Deleting the app alone WILL NOT disable the service. To deactivate your service, enter and call the following number specific to YOUR carrier. Make sure all special characters (# and/or *) are included when you place the call:
AT&T - ##004#
Verizon - *73 -- If this does not work try calling *900 then *920
T-Mobile - ##004#
Sprint - *730
U.S. Cellular - *920
When you place this call you will either see an on-screen success message, or hear a short beep and the call will be disconnected. Your voicemail has now been restored.