On Verizon’s site, go to My Verizon-Manage Products & Apps and then click Free Products.
Enable HD Voice on all your compatible lines on the website.
If you’re reading this blog post, odds are that you might be a tech geek yourself.
Then you need to enable HD Voice on each of your phones.
On recent Android phones, look for Settings-I went a little overboard for Halloween last year. Once I had the materials, it took me a couple hours and was lots of fun.
I solved a problem today and figured that I’d document it for the rest of the world.
Every time someone left me a voicemail on Verizon, I would get a cryptic text from Verizon at 900080006202 that looked like “//VZWVVM: SYNC:ev=NM;id=1;c=1;t=v;s=1XXXXXXXXXX;dt=18/01/2016 -0900;l=13;dev_t=5” or “//VZWVVM: SYNC:ev=MBU;dev_t=5”. It turns out that Verizon has three kinds of voicemail: basic voicemail (free), basic visual voicemail (also free), and premium visual voicemail (.99/month).