Hi. I made a post about an issue I had a few days ago. Basically, the problem is that I do not get a voicemail indication (red dot) on the phone app whenever someone leaves a voicemail. I have ios 8.1 and suspect that this is the problem. My phone is set up in such a way that I have cellular off, and use wifi most of the time. (Please don't ask me that I should just leave it on. I have my reasons as do many others.) Anyway, this voicemail indicator problem is very real and easy to reproduce. You just have to do the following: 1. Go to your settings and turn off cellular data. 2. Call your iphone from another phone. 3. Don't answer your iphone. 4. Leave a message from that other phone to your iphone. 5. Wait for voicemail indicator "red dot" appears on your phone app. You should still see that a red dot is over the missed call tab, but it will never show you whether a message has been left by the caller. After you waited enough time, do the following to have the red dot appear: 1. Go to your settings and turn on cellular data. 2. Wait for the red dot to appear on your phone app to indicate that you received a VM. I was not having any such problem before. Sure, I wouldn't get to enjoy visual voicemail, but I was content without it. I was still able to know whether a voicemail came in, and now I don't know. I went the entire weekend not knowing an important message has been left for me at work. When I last reported this here, I wanted to know if this is just my phone or if others were having this issue. It became clear that other users (ip5s and ip6s) who were with different carriers were all experiencing this issue. It didn't bother most people because they constantly keep their cellular data on, but for others like me, we need to keep it off. I am writing here because I am wondering if you can also report the bug to apple through the following website. bugreport.apple.com I already submitted my report, but I heard that apple won't even look at it unless many more report it themselves and thereby increasing the priority. Can you try to see if you can replicate this problem and then report it on the website? Thank you!