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Fix: iPhone Voicemail Saying It’s Full, But It’s Not – Verizon

Fix: iPhone Voicemail Saying It’s Full, But It’s Not – Verizon

Are people trying to leave you voicemails to your iPhone but they receive a message the voice mailbox is full? When you go to check your visual voicemails, you don’t show any voicemails, including deleted. Perform the steps below to see if your voicemail box needs to be reset.

 

  1. Login to your voicemail using touch tone. Dial *86 on your iPhone and enter your voicemail password pin. 

Note: If you do not remember your voicemail pin password, call Verizon. They will be able to reset your voicemail password.

 

Iphone dial pad verizon *86 access voicemail

 

  1. Once you access your voicemail, press 1. Then press the star key (*) 3 times. Your iPhone will immediately hang-up and this will reset your voicemailbox. If this does not resolve your issue, call Verizon and ask them to reset your voicemail box.


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Comments

George Smith on Wednesday, 07 July 2021 10:29

For iPhone, go to deleted voice messages and CLEAR ALL. This worked for me when *86 did not.

For iPhone, go to deleted voice messages and CLEAR ALL. This worked for me when *86 did not.
C on Sunday, 11 October 2020 15:57

Had to go in and manually delete all my VM as suggested by another user.
In addition, I discovered VM that had never showed up on my phone! Disappointed with this poor level of service, they’re expensive.

Had to go in and manually delete all my VM as suggested by another user. In addition, I discovered VM that had never showed up on my phone! Disappointed with this poor level of service, they’re expensive.
RON on Thursday, 18 June 2020 14:42


This trick didn't work for me. So I went into *86 and manually deleted all my voicemail messages. It worked after that. Didn't have to contact Verizon. Most of the messages I had were blocked robo callers that fill up my vm box. It might take you a little bit to do but manual deleting worked!

This trick didn't work for me. So I went into *86 and manually deleted all my voicemail messages. It worked after that. Didn't have to contact Verizon. Most of the messages I had were blocked robo callers that fill up my vm box. It might take you a little bit to do but manual deleting worked!
JF on Tuesday, 12 May 2020 13:59

After "chatting" with 3 agents today for a total of 3 hours, I tried googling the problem. I tried the *86 to access voicemail 1*** several times. Problem is still not resolved. Reluctant to contact Verizon again, because they keep timing me out, although I'm on an active "chat!" Wish I could talk to a real person.

After "chatting" with 3 agents today for a total of 3 hours, I tried googling the problem. I tried the *86 to access voicemail 1*** several times. Problem is still not resolved. Reluctant to contact Verizon again, because they keep timing me out, although I'm on an active "chat!" Wish I could talk to a real person.
Lizzy Lizzard on Thursday, 07 November 2019 14:33

Fantastic!! It worked - thank you!

Fantastic!! It worked - thank you!
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