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    Default Visual Voicemail (ala iphone) for blackberry

    Hey Peeps,

    Just got off the phone with a Telus rep and it seems they don't offer true Visual Voicemail, they only offer the lame voicemail to text.

    Who here would like to have that service available to us?
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    all the posts were deleted . hmmmm
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    Why not just get it sent to your email instead of SMS? That way you get the transcribed message and you also get an attached wav audio file of the call.
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    highos...
    what do you mean and how do you go about sending msg's to mail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ls40098 View Post
    highos...
    what do you mean and how do you go about sending msg's to mail?
    Basic services: Voicemail to Text | Services | Support | TELUS Mobility

    Even runs down the difference between the TELUS Voicemail to Text and the iPhone Visual Voicemail. A lot of our users here at work use it to get SMS/Email transcriptions of the voice mail along with an attached wav file of the recording, so they never actually have to go and check their voice mail-it just gets delivered and it's a click away. I believe it's $7.50/month however, so keep that in mind!
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    I use google voice for my voicemail and it works great (there's an app you can download for it).

    Also, there is Youmail and others that provide this service for free. Look around. I haven't used my stock verizon voicemail in years.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9930 using Tapatalk

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