RCA phones offer a variety of features for making answering and receiving calls easier. Typical phone features include call identification, programmable contacts and voicemail mailboxes. Voicemail allows callers to record a message onto a phone's built-in answering machine. Since RCA phones come standard with voicemail inboxes, users can program a voicemail inbox to receive message, however, users will need to subscribe to a service provider's voicemail plan in order to receive messages.
Press the "Menu" button, located on the left side of your phone.
Press "Vol" and scroll to the "Voicemail" menu. Select "OK." To call and access your voicemail, select the "Call VM" option.
Configure settings. Press "Vol" and select "Settings" and press "OK." Using the "Vol" up or down keys, select a line to configure the voicemail to.
Press "OK" and then enter your call-in access number that you received from your service provider. After entering the access number, press "OK."