PhoneFusion offering free visual voicemail

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PhoneFusion just announced some beta software for BlackBerry they’re working on that will bring office, VoIP, and cell voice mailboxes to your BlackBerry. It’s fairly ambitious to cover all those different voice platforms in one app, but Fusion Voicemail Plus has been running on Windows Mobile since March, which should have set a lot of the groundwork. PhoneFusion does a lot of of other stuff surrounding fixed-mobile convergence, too – be sure to check out their site. To give it a shot, just head on over to www.fvmplus.com/ and sign up for the beta.

  • Mil

    I just gave this prog a whirl and it is not nearly as good as PhoneTag (formerly SimulScribe). This interface on PhoneFusion looks like something out an Atari game. The one benefit, for now it appears to be free while PhoneTag only offers a free 7-day trial.

  • Mil

    I just gave this prog a whirl and it is not nearly as good as PhoneTag (formerly SimulScribe). This interface on PhoneFusion looks like something out an Atari game. The one benefit, for now it appears to be free while PhoneTag only offers a free 7-day trial.

  • W Gimenes

    Not available in the UK :-(

  • W Gimenes

    Not available in the UK :-(

  • Collin

    Yeah… I was not that impressed… “It’s fairly ambitious to cover all those different voice platforms in one app” is a little over the top. It’s not really interacting with any of these, as you are simply forwarding your phones to an assigned number.
    Also, it would be nice to see who called and not just the number. It really isn’t that hard to have an app interact with your phonebook, even if there’s no called ID available for the number.

  • Collin

    Yeah… I was not that impressed… “It’s fairly ambitious to cover all those different voice platforms in one app” is a little over the top. It’s not really interacting with any of these, as you are simply forwarding your phones to an assigned number.
    Also, it would be nice to see who called and not just the number. It really isn’t that hard to have an app interact with your phonebook, even if there’s no called ID available for the number.