I knew about the do not call list through Profeco, but you beat to it re posting it.
Perhaps it is related to my pay-as-you-go plan with AT&T - but I cannot set up voicemail. They have done it for me. If someone calls - and I do not answer - they hear - ' the person at --- is not available, please leave a message'. Then it sends me an email saying to dial *86 to hear messages.Ok, my joke based on Telcel service. I want Voice Mail, but Telcel goes a bit too rapid and garbled for me to follow. So I google on how to set up Voice Mail. I get a Telcel page "in English" on how to set it up. However the last line is to follow instructions after you contact Voice Mail. My question is: Why offer an web page in English on how to set up Voice Mail when Voice Mail setup is only in Spanish. It's not that I really need nor want Voice Mail, just the ability to set it up.
For us the secret of good service from people such as Telmex (or our bank) are - guava jelly and zucchini bread ...A Mexican friend of mine, who has a stellar sense of humor, once told me that whenever she's p'd off or frustrated and has no good outlet for it "I just call Telmex, cause there's always something to yell at them about".