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How to check your voicemail in Nicaragua
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July 12, 2014
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Paul B
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A lot of foreigners here in Nicaragua buy phones and have no idea how to listen to their voicemail. If your Spanish is not very good it is hard to follow the commands. To hear your messages you need to push *86 on Movistar phones and this will allow you access to the voicemail in box.I believe Claro is *54, but this may have changed as the last Claro phone I had was over two years ago. Ask anyone that has the same company or ask at the store for “el numero por buzon voz”.

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July 14, 2014
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I can’t believe it, users not aware of their voicemail option, that’s something weird

Although such a service is offered in a differrent lanuguage, you can easily guess its structure, based on your previous experience

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July 15, 2014
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You would think it should be that easy, but rapid fire Spanish to a foreign ear is not as easy as one would think. I recommend asking a friend who speaks both English and Spanish what the steps needed to process through your voicemail. I tend to just ignore it and wait for people to call me back or call them back and see what it is they left me. Its the chicken way out and would not work if you ran a business.

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July 20, 2014
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The young people here in Albuquerque don’t even listen to their voice mail anymore.  If you don’t text or happen to catch them with the phone, they ignore their messages until you call again. This also doesn’t work when I am trying to contact them for business.  

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July 21, 2014
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Texting here is also popular, although I find it annoying. If you want to talk to me then call. Especially here, where Movistar is constantly sending promotional texts, I tend to ignore them and then dont realize when it is something important. Hopefully texting will lose its popularity sooner than later.

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