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Sony Ericsson has decided it wants to supply Visual Voice Mail to all of its handset owners around the world. In order to ensure that it works regardless of handset or network, SE has licensed the software from Silent Communications – a specialist in agnostic clients. Continue reading
Vodafone Australia is busy today – announcing a new Visual Voicemail (VVM) service for iPhone a few hours ago, it has now released details of the upcoming HTC Magic Android device to hit that market.
The operator confirmed this morning that Australian customers will be able to get their hands the spanking new Android device [...]
The OMTP today called for standardisation between the numerous players involved in Visual Voicemail (VVM). With an ever increasing number of companies vying for a place in the increasingly popular VVM market (something we commented on this month), the OMTP is worried that without a certain amount of openness, the market will fragment and stagnate. [...]
German-based Communology today announced it’s new LiveMedia visual voicemail service at CTIA. Shortly after Google, Comverse and Alcatel-Lucent have all announced similar services, Communology has offered a white-label version for anyone who wants it. T-Mobile is already on board, and will be rolling the service out on a range of Symbian S60 devices.
What is visual [...]
Unveiled at CTIA today, Alcatel-Lucent showed it’s Rich Communications Manager. The messaging portal allows both mobile and on-line web access, and offers the user a single location from which to access a full range of messaging media. Users can check their voicemails, SMS, MMS, emails and fax from the portal – and can respond and [...]