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>HulloMail extends Voice Messaging App to all BlackBerry Curve Smartphones
HulloMail™ (www.hullomail.com), voice communications innovator, has today announced that its popular voice messaging app is now supported on the whole range of BlackBerry® Curve™ smartphones, including:
- BlackBerry® Curve™ 8300 smartphone series
- BlackBerry® Curve™ 8500 smartphone series
- BlackBerry® Curve™ 8900 smartphone
By downloading the app from BlackBerry App World™, BlackBerry® smartphone users can now have voicemails pushed as audio files directly to their handset and send and receive instant ‘Hullo’ voice messages with friends or family, for free, both locally or internationally.
Andy Munarriz, founder and CEO, HulloMail said: “Having listened to consumer feedback, we are pleased to announce expanding our support for all models of the popular BlackBerry Curve series of smartphones. People can access the app for free by visiting BlackBerry App World. Check it out!”
The availability of the HulloMail app coincides with the recent rebrand of the service, which includes an overhaul of the look and feel of HulloMail on BlackBerry smartphones.
Formed in 2008,HulloMail™, the voice-messaging innovator, offers consumers instant voice messaging and modern voicemail applications.
The HulloMail technology, used daily by over 35 million subscribers worldwide, has been developed with an emphasis on extensive product research and consumer-led innovation. HulloMail’s services offer a quick and easy way to manage, send, receive and share voicemails and with the new Hullo feature, provide free, instant voice messaging to mobile and email.
Mobile Operators can accelerate modernisation of voicemail-based services while greatly reducing capital expenditure by utilising the HulloMail Cloud Application Managed Service Suite.
For more information, visit http://www.hullomail.com.
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