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And now the iPhone app has ‘Individual Greetings’

We’ve extended the launch of the our new Individual Greetings feature to our award-winning iPhone application.  As with our Android and BlackBerry apps this feature allows you to record different greetings for different contacts in your address book.  You can record as many as you like. If you want a different greeting for your Mum, one for your Dad, another for your boss or something special for your partner this is the feature for you.

Setting up greetings is quick and easy – simply download and register for HulloMail, select Settings in the app, press Voicemail and select Greetings – here you will see the Individual Greetings option where you can record, assign and manage your multiple greetings.  Individual greetings from the message detail screen is available now from on the Android app and is coming soon to iPhone and BlackBerry making it even easier to personalise your greetings.

We’ve created these videos so you can see exactly how this new features works on your phone:




Along with Individual greetings the paid-for iPhone application offers visual voicemail, no advertising, Hullos and longer voicemails, of up to 5 minutes.  More features are coming soon so take advantage of the introductory prices today.

Categories: Apple, apps, features
  1. June 11, 2011 at 7:48 AM

    All your URLs are missing a colon :


    Should be


  2. June 13, 2011 at 8:19 AM

    Many thanks Phil, the links have now been amended.

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