As the old saying goes, it’s better late than never, and Verizon Wireless takes that to heart by launching its very own Visual Voicemail service for only an additional $2.99 per month to subscribers. This service lets users access and listen (or not) to voice mails that have been waiting on them on Verizon’s network.
For now, Verizon’s Visual Voicemail service will only be available to owners of the LG Voyager, with no word on when or if ever other phone models will be compatible with the service.
With the service, customers can store up to 40 messages for 40 days, and even create 10 greetings and 20 distribution lists.
As it appears, there’s really nothing that special about Verizon’s Visual Voicemail service, but for people who absolutely need the convenience it provides, we’re sure it’ll be a godsend.
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