How to extend the number of rings before your call goes to voicemail in Australia

How to extend the ringing time

Sometimes do you find that your phone just doesn’t ring for long enough?When you about to answer it goes to voicemail ? Couldn’t answer it ?

This is a very common issue and we get asked about this very often, Usually the default time is 15 seconds in most mobile phone operators in Australia.After that time it usually goes to the voice mail.

This problem can be solved just by dialing some numbers on your phone.This number sequence can change from the mobile phone operator that you use.and can set from 15 seconds to 30 seconds.

You can use the below instructions to solve this issue, Insrructions are given to solve this problem in main Telcos ( Telstra , Optus , Vodafone)

Here are the instructions for each of the main Telcos:
Telstra: **61*101** (number of seconds: 15, 20, 25 or 30) #. Then press the call/send button.
Optus: **61*321** (number of seconds: 15, 20, 25 or 30) #. Then press the call/send button.
Vodafone: **61*121*11* (number of seconds: 15,20,25 or 30)#. Then press the call/send button.

Examples:
To extend Telstra rings to 30 seconds, enter **61*101**30# then the call/send button
To extend Optus Australia rings to 30 seconds,enter  **61*321**30# then the call/send button
To extend Vodafone Australia rings to 30 seconds,enter **61*121*11*30# then the call/send button

You will get an success message after you dial this number. You can ask one of your friend to check and confirm this change.