#1
You know those codes you put in the phone before you dial a number that do different things? Like how you dial *67 before the number if you want your caller ID to be private? I was wondering if there was one you could put in that allows you to go straight to the persons answering machine instead of the phone ringing. I searched google but couldn't come up with anything.
#2
666


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#3
Of course not, landline answering machines are just set to pick up and record after so many rings...
#6
it depends, i think for cellphones, each company has their own designated code to dial before the number to reach voicemail directly. but on domestic phone lines, i don't think it's possible
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#8
Love me. praise me. have sex with me.


http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2008/07/slydial_avoid_annoying_conversations_by_going_directly_to_voicemail-2.html


haha but for real i heard about this on a local radio station. Ive never used it so idk how well it works but supposedly its good
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#9
I dont think you can do it on a landline, but on a cell (and to another cell) you should be able to go to your own voicemail and find an option for sending a voice message.

Anyone else remember when that first came out? That might have been before text messaging...