Verizon Wireless re-announces Visual Voice Mail, not free anymore

Verizon Wireless re-announces Visual Voice Mail, not free anymore
Ten days ago, Verizon Wireless published the first official information on its Visual Voice Mail (VVM) service. It seems that it was a leak that wasn’t meant to be seen by the public, and shortly after that the carrier took down its page.

Today, big Red published a new press release about the Visual Voice Mail. The big news is that it is not free as reported previously but confirms earlier rumors: it will cost $2.99 a line per month plus airtime or megabyte charges and messaging fees. The LG Voyager really is the first phone to offer it, after a free software update at any VZW store, but other devices will support it “in the coming months”. Using VVM, customers can store 40 messages for up to 40 days.

source: Verizon Wireless



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