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Old 06-05-2010, 12:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am going to travel overseas and want to set up my pone so that all calls get a standard message to say I am away and that the caller can sms me.
What i want to know is how to set this p on the phone so no calls ring on the phone but sms's still come through and also BBM still works.
Does anyone know how to to do this?
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Depending on your carrier you may be able to simply call forward the phone to an answering machine or other service. Forward All. If the carrier has VM then try it and have someone send a few SMS's and calls to check.
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