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I noticed the options on making calls are voicemail and call, is there any way to delete or hide the voicemail option on the iPhone 5c 32 gb phone
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There is no option to make a voice mail call.

That is to check voice mails that others have left for you.

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Go to your contacts, open a contact, on the far right will be two icons, one looks like a circle with a little tail, the other a phone, hit the phone and a call goes through, the other goes directly to voicemail. We tried this several times, hit the circle icon by mistake and that is what happened.
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The little cloud you mean - or better 'text bubble' - as that is what it is.

It does not go to "voice mail", it sends a text message.

Voice mail - for those that have this service - is when you are allowed to leave a recorded "voice message" for someone when they do not answer their phone.

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