>T-Mobile USA are launching their own visual voicemail service to coincide with the arrival of the MyTouch3G handset. Their app allows users to listen to messages in any order and save them to the handset. It will be available by the end of the month.
Like us, the operator believes that visual voicemail is a reason to buy an Android handset. However, the T-Mobile app fails to embrace all the technological possibilities. Unlike the our app, there’s no contact sync and no email functionality. The T-Mobile app’s just a small step in revolutionising voicemail in contrast to HulloMail’s great leap.
The operator joins tech giants like Apple and Google in developing visual voicemail systems. Voice-prompt systems are gradually becoming a thing of the past and we believe HulloMail’s the best solution for the new telecommunications landscape.Today, people expect voicemail to be as flexible as any other form of digital communication and that is precisely the experience that our Android app’s delivering. Go to market, search for HulloMail and download.
T-Mobile was the only major UK network not to include diverts to geographic numbers in their inclusive minutes.
The operator’s customers were charged five pence per minute more to use HulloMail than they were to use T-Mobile’s traditional voice prompt system. Thanks to our customers’ lobbying, T-Mobile reduced their price – HulloMail’s service can now be included in bundled ‘free’ minutes.
Existing T-Mobile subscribers to our service without an 03 divert number should have already received an email with a new number – the rest of you don’t need to do a thing.
>The brand new version of our Android app goes live tomorrow. In addition to a slick new user interface, registration can now be done within the app making signing up to HulloMail even easier. Visit the Android Market to get your hands on it.