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Will phone still ring before going to voicemail if battery dies?

bleeblah123

Nov 29, 2010, 3:18 PM
I know when a phone is powered down it will go straight to voicemail when someone calls. Is this the same for when a battery dies, or is there a chance that it can still ring through before voicemail picks up?

I ask because a friend of mine is missing, can't get ahold of him and given the circumstances of when I last seen him I worry something bad may have happened rather than just him being avoidant, but I'm not sure. The thing is when anyone calls it will ring the usual 4 or 5 times then voicemail picks up. It's been almost a week since I've heard anything, I would assume that if something bad happened the phone battery would've died at this point, if that's the case would it automatically go to voicemail or is there a chance that even ...
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sistercell

Nov 29, 2010, 4:21 PM
sorry but sounds like avoidance,if the battery dies the phone is off so goes right to voice mail.
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Amarantamin

Nov 29, 2010, 7:25 PM
bleeblah123 said:
I know when a phone is powered down it will go straight to voicemail when someone calls. Is this the same for when a battery dies,


When the battery dies, the phone has no power. So, yes.

As for the phone ringing, some phones can remain on but unused for several days without running out of power; if nobody's using the phone and it was lost with a good charge, it could be a week or more.
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