Tired of listening through awkward voice mails of people “umm’ing” and “ahh’ing” over why they called? Well, thanks to a new software release from New York start-up SimulScribe Inc., those “umm’s” and “ahh’s” can now be sent to you in email form just minutes after receiving the voicemail.
The service is new to the U.S., old to Britain, apparently, and will run you “$9.95 for the first 40 voicemails per month and 25 cents for each message afterward”. Doesn’t seem too bad. You can check out SimulScribe’s official site here.