Cell phone ringing endlessly

What does it mean when you call a cellphone and it rings for like a minute and a half before you just hang up?  This happened this morning when I called my friend's cell.  Last night, it whent straight to voicemail.

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If the cell phone is in use, or turned off, you go to voicemail.  If it is turned on and not in use, it rings.  If you call when someone is in the shower, they might not hear it.

Maybe your friend disabled the voicemail, hoping you would take the hint and stop calling.

It's the radiation coming through the phone. Radiation will kill the phone if it's not transferred into your head when you talk on the phone.

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