Bell first in Canada to launch Visual Voicemail service on BlackBerry smartphones
Dec 23, 2009
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"Visual Voicemail provides Bell Mobility clients a convenient way to manage voicemail by being able to choose which messages to listen to according to their own priorities," said Adel Bazerghi, Senior Vice President of Products at Bell Mobility. "Being first in
Visual Voicemail allows clients to listen to their voice messages in any order, and once received on their handsets, they can access them at any time, even in areas without wireless coverage, such as airplanes or subways. The service automatically synchronizes voice messages on a client's BlackBerry smartphone with those in their voice mailbox, so if the client deletes a message on their handset, the message is also deleted from the voice mailbox.
By providing the flexibility to choose the order in which messages are reviewed, Visual Voicemail offers clients an easy and convenient way to manage voicemail according to their individual priorities. Clients can use Visual Voicemail to review, delete and forward messages as well as save important messages directly to the device's internal memory or MicroSD/SDHC memory card. The service also enables clients to respond to voicemail either by text message or a voice call.
Visual Voicemail works on both HSPA and EVDO networks in
Visual Voicemail for BlackBerry smartphones is available for
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