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Info Helpful Verizon Codes

Discussion in 'General Verizon Service' started by jdeg, Dec 19, 2006.

  1. cybiko123

    cybiko123 Active Member

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    Depends on the phone. Try #HELP*HELP. Some may have this information under Settings & Tools > Phone Info.
     



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    I am so happy to know how to skip the often long and unnecessarily long initial message before I can leave my voice message. Many thanks!!
     
  3. davydogg

    davydogg New Member

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    the best is star 228!
     
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    Thank you, printed these and put them in my wallet for "emergency" type times when my old brain doesn't want to work right.
     
  5. Blackberryluvr

    Blackberryluvr New Member

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    Thanks a bunch tavenger. I knew a few of them, but you posted the main ones I wanted. Thanks again.
     
  6. Cherry5000

    Cherry5000 New Member

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    i had complained about bad service from Verizon in my area. A service technician arrived and inserted a code into my phone. This resulted in a graph to appear on my phone screen to show signal strength from the tower. Does anyone know the code?
     
  7. Tilch

    Tilch New Member

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    I'm a huge fan of 511 ..great for traffic updates
     
  8. shannab

    shannab New Member

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    what is code 1660-2
     
  9. PsychoData

    PsychoData New Member

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    Which of these codes are LTE safe?
    i know that if you *228 1 a LTE phone it burns the sim card in their system
     
  10. metalhead

    metalhead New Member

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    Never heard of that, where did u read it?
     
  11. jdeg

    jdeg Administrator Staff Member

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    You shouldn't even need to do a *228 on a 4g LTE phone. It definitely won't 'burn the sim'.
     
  12. jjcelldog28

    jjcelldog28 New Member

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    thanks for the submission. I wanted to add if you have Verizon to make sure to use *228 quite a bit because of network changes
     
  13. MicroMomma

    MicroMomma New Member

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    This is a very handy list. I actually have a copy of it in my purse just in case. We have been looking for a way to use *69 like you do on landlines, but so far no luck. Is it not an option that is available?
     
  14. Kitten

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    I was curious about *69 as well. It was nice to have on the landline when we didn't want our number getting out. We had a few service companies repeatedly call to see if we were interested in service after we called to get a quote because of caller ID.
     
  15. Anita

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    Thanks for posting all of these -- especially the ones that pertain to voicemail. I don't even know how long I've had a cell phone for and I had no idea you could rewind, pause, and fast forward through voicemail messages!!
     
  16. richylatty

    richylatty New Member

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    My nexus 6 has a Sim card. Same with my Samsung. Both from Verizon.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
     
  17. shloime rosenblum

    shloime rosenblum New Member

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    view this file it has helpful info
     

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