Boost Mobile to debut Visual Voicemail May 31
Boost Mobile is set to launch its Visual Voicemail platform next week, starting with the HTC Evo Design 4G. Set to begin May 31, the service lets users manage voicemail in a manner similar to email and allow scrolling, replying, forwarding, and more.
Should you, dear Boost Mobile user, often find yourself in a theater, school, or noisy environment, you might enjoy the Voicemail-to-Text transcription option. With this premium option ($1.99/mo) you can ready your voicemails instead of listening to them. No word yet on how Visual Voicemail will be rolled out to additional models.
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