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Answered 2008-05-01 01:26:09

Depending on your carrier, it could mean any number of things:

1. Some carriers show calls to voicemail as an incoming call to yourself.

2. It could mean that there was a billing error.

3. It could mean that someone "spoofed" their Caller ID when calling you to display your number as the caller.


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