Find answers to the most common questions about our Mobile services.
Our current voicemail platform is out of support and outdated. The new voicemail mediabox is more customer friendly and has more and improved functionalities.
The new voicemail mediabox will be launched on May 7, 2014.
Nothing! You are automatically migrated the new voicemail mediabox.
ANG 0.27 per minute including OB
You will immediately receive a welcome SMS (in Papiamentu) including a personal PIN.
For example: Bon biní na e sistema di voicemail. Un mail a ser krea pa e number di telefon 5999585000 ku e PIN 4282.
If you don’t receive new messages or dial 9999 for a period of 90 days your mailbox automatically expires. Upon dialing 9999 again for the first time you will be presented to the tutorial to reconfigure your mailbox settings.
Yes, you can. The default language is Papiamentu, but you can change the language to either: English, Spanish, French or Dutch. You can do so upon calling 9999 and press .
You can modify your message with the following options:
 To re-record your message
 Listen again
 To cancel your message
[#] To confirm message
You are asked to use your PIN when accessing voicemail from another device, for example from a fixed line. You can also choose to secure your voicemail mediabox by logging in with a PIN each time you call your voicemail.
Yes, you can. After calling the new voice mailbox for the first time:
- call 9999
- press  for “Change personal settings”
- and press  to modify PIN
Call Customer Contact at 9242 and one of the agents will help you to reset your PIN.
“This person cannot be reached at the moment Please leave a message after the tone. After leaving your message you can modify it by pressing the pound key.”
No. Your original welcome greeting is left in the old voice mailbox. Youwill need to record a new personalized greeting message otherwise the default greeting will be played
If you are calling voicemail for the first time, you can record a new personalized greeting message by:
Press  to record your greeting message.
By calling 9999. New voicemail messages are played immediately.
These messages will be automatically deleted after 14 days.
No. Your original stored messages are left in the old voice mailbox, so you cannot find them on the new voicemail mediabox. You have access to your old voicemail mediabox until one (1) month after launching the new voicemail mediabox, which is until June 7,2014. Stored messages are kept up to 14 days after which they are deleted.
You can access your stored voicemail messages on the old mailbox via 9998 (ANG 0.27 per minute including OB)
The old voicemail mediabox will be available for 1 month after launching the new voicemail mediabox, until June 7, 2014.
Dial 9999 to consult new voicemail messages. After each message you are presented with the following options:
 Save message
 Delete message
 Replay message
 Previous message
 More information
[#] Next message
[*] Go to main menu
If you do not press any key either the next new message will automatically be played or you are directed to the main menu.
- press  for personal options
- press  to enable message recording ON or OFF
For Curaçao: +5999 5199400( call), for Bonaire: 5997 969990. Call rates depend on the country you’re calling from. Listening to your voicemail while abroad, roaming charges may apply.
Few things can make people completely freak out as losing their cellphones. In this modern age Smartphones are used for so much more than just making phone calls. Just the thought of a stranger having access to all of your personal information, is unthinkable. Follow these guidelines to possibly finding your phone in case you are in such a situation.
Start checking the accustomed places you usually leave your phone. For example; woman bags, the place you usually charge your phone and other similar places. Check also under car seats or wherever you've been sitting that day, phones easily slip from your bag or pocket under a seat.
Use a friend's cell phone or a landline to dial your phone. If your phone is nearby, you'll hear it and can retrieve it. Alternatively, perhaps someone will answer it and can tell you where it is.
Ask if anyone in your family or circle of friends has seen––or borrowed––your phone. It's worth asking,you never know!
This will let anyone who might have access to your phone know that it is lost, or the SMS notification sound may help you find it if it’s nearby. The message could say; "Help! I lost this phone. If you find it please call 511 1111. ‘Karma’ points will be instantly awarded.J"
This is an easier and faster way, but requires you to have subscribed to one of our data plans so that your phone could have access to the internet.
Use Find My iPhone to track your lost iPhone.
If you have an iPhone, use Apple’s Find My iPhone service or third-party apps such as GadgetTrak
Use the Android Device Manager to find a lost Android phone.
Visit google.com / android / device manager in any web browser. You will need to log in with your Google account.
The Android Device Manager website is a service provided by Google that allows you to track your phone using Google Maps. You can also remotely wipe your phone’s data if you have the correct box ‘checked’ on your phone.
Use the Windows Phone website to find a lost Windows phone.
Windows Phone users can visit the ‘Find My Phone' section of the Windows Phone website (windowsphone.com). There you can track and remotely wipe your phone.
You will need to log in with your Microsoft account.
Visit the nearest police station and report it. You might be lucky, somebody could have been kind enough to have handed it in!
If you haven't already installed a helpful app to locate your lost phone, do so once you've got your phone back or purchased a new one. Examine your password strength, and evaluate if you really need to have important accounts always ‘logged in’ on your phone. Keep a record of your phone’s IMEI number and SIM PUK code.
If you are a prepaid user, request your account to be created on your name. This way we can always use your ID to verify that you are the user.
In case your postpaid phone has been stolen make sure you hurry to one of our UTS stores to fill out a form so we can block your subscription. This prevents you from high bills due to misuse. In case your phone has been stolen after closing hours you can go to our security services at Mahaai, they will assist you accordingly.
The rate when calling a GSM Chippie cell phone from your postpaid home phone is 50 cent per minute. When calling from your Telefasil account you pay 59 cent per minute.
These rates are valid during the whole day.
If you do not use the complete amount of your call credit from your GSM Chippie Prepaid account and the account reaches its expiry period, you can no longer make calls. You must recharge your phone to keep making calls. You do not lose the expired amount. When you recharge your account you have a lapse of 60 days to recharge your account again to get the amount back .If you fail to do so your phone will be disconnected.
When you use all your credit (available balance) from your GSM Chippie Prepaid account, you cannot make phone calls anymore. In order to make phone calls again, you must recharge your account
The Chippie Prepaid Card is a prepaid telephone card which you can use to recharge your (prepaid mobile) account so you can make calls using your CHIPPIE mobile phone. Chippie Prepaid Cards are widely available, at denominations of 5, 10, and 25 guilders; once uploaded on your Chippie mobile phone, your credit has 30-day validity.
To access the main menu of the GSM CHIPPIE Prepaid Service, you must: dial * 91 (star 91) or #191# send
To hear your balance:
Call *91 (star 91)
To see your balance:
A PUK Code is an 8 digit code that you must use to unblock your phone. A phone is blocked when you enter a wrong PIN Code several times in a row. However, if you repeatedly enter one wrong PUK Code after the other, your CHIPPIE SIM-card will be permanently blocked. This means that you cannot use your CHIPPIE SIM-card anymore. In this case you must buy a new CHIPPIE SIM-card.
A PIN Code (Personal Identification Number) is a secret personal code of 4 digits that you can use to block your phone. By doing this, you prevent others to make calls from your phone.
When you buy a CHIPPIE SIM-card, the PIN Code is 0000. It is recommended to change this PIN Code as soon as you start using the SIM-card.
When a phone is blocked with a PIN Code, you must use that PIN Code every time you turn on your phone. If you use a wrong PIN Code several times in a row, your phone will be blocked. In this case you must use your PUK Code to unblock your phone.
Additional services beside the different options offered by the GSM CHIPPIE service;
Atami (Caller ID)
Siguimi (Follow Me)
Wardami (Call Waiting)
Blòkiami (Call Barring)
Conference with three people (only Chippie Postpaid)
Of these services Atami is automatically pre-programmed. In other words this service can be used immediately. To access the other services you must refer and program the phone as indicated in the phone manual. The manual gives specific instructions on how to activate these services according to the model of each phone. If the phone model does not have one of the above-mentioned facilities, this means that you cannot use the service in question.
A Chippie SIM-card contains all information that corresponds to you, like your phone number, type of accessible service (prepaid or postpaid) and a list of numbers that you call more often if saved on your SIM (Phone Book).
Before you acquire a GSM phone to function on the GSM CHIPPIE system of UTS, there are some important points to be taken into consideration:
The GSM CHIPPIE system of UTS functions on a 900/1800 Mhz frequency (Dualband). This means that the phone you purchase must be either a Dualband one (900/1800 Mhz) or a Triband one (900/1800/1900 Mhz).
Prepaid CHIPPIE cards are available all over the island in most stores that sell prepaid phone cards. Of course these can also be purchased at one of the UTS Client Service Centers or UTS cash desks. The prepaid cards can be purchased at 10 and 25 guilders.
You can recharge your GSM Chippie Prepaid account in various ways:
Through the SMS service you can send messages of a maximum of 160 digits, directly from your cell phone to another GSM cell phone. It is good to consult the phone manual to check how this service functions on each phone.
In order to use the SMS service from a GSM CHIPPIE, it is necessary, when using the service for the first time, to enter the UTS Message Centre access code. The number of the UTS GSM Chippie Message Centre is: + 599 9 519 9300 (you must add the "+" too).
Voice Mail is the voice message recording service. You can access your voice Mail when you’re in Curaçao and when you’re abroad.
To listen to recorded messages on the GSM CHIPPIE Voice Mail Service from a GSM phone in Curaçao, you must dial *99, and follow the instructions or you can dial 9 519 9400 and follow the instructions.
You can also access the GSM CHIPPIE Voice Mail Service from abroad. In this case one must dial the following number: + 599 9 519 9400.
CHIPPIE is the name of the GSM Cellular Phone Service of UTS. GSM stands for Global System for Mobile Communications. It is a highly advanced cellular phone service technology that offers reliable voice and data services.