Android, along with other smartphone operating systems, offers a ton of options to its users, and which ones of them you are going to use depends only on your personal preferences.
One such option that may or may not fit your habits is an Android Voicemail. This function proves to be very handy, especially if you are, for instance, spending a lot of time in a working environment, where you cannot answer your phone whenever you like, yet still want to know if someone needs you on time.
On such occasions setting up your Android Voicemail can prove to be vital. Luckily, such an operation won’t take too much of your time and it requires only a few seconds to set.
How to Set up Voicemail on Android
Setting up Voicemail on Android is a simple task that requires the following steps:
- First, you need to enter the Phone app
and go to the Menu (three dots in the top right corner).
- Select Settings
and go to Voicemail.
- Once you do that, enter Advanced Settings
and select to enter the Voicemail number.
- Type the number of your voicemail in the newly opened window and confirm the entry by pressing OK.
- Once again, press OK to confirm the change and after that, press the Home screen,
return to the main menu and that is it. You have set up your Voicemail on Android.