Android users- Voicemail App

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johnvan
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Android users- Voicemail App

Post by johnvan » Mon Jan 14, 2013 8:57 am

I've been using an app called "Ooma Voice mail checker" for a few weeks now.
I highly recommend it. It periodically logs into your Ooma account and checks for new voicemail. You get a notification and can easily listen to the message within the app.
There is also a setting that allows you to leave the new voicemail light on at home. My wife and I each have the app but even if we've both been notified and listened to the message, when someone returns home the voicemail light will still be flashing.

This app works with premium and free accounts. I'm not affiliated with it, just a happy customer.

oomg
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Re: Android users- Voicemail App

Post by oomg » Mon Feb 11, 2013 10:10 am

johnvan wrote:I've been using an app called "Ooma Voice mail checker" for a few weeks now.
I highly recommend it. It periodically logs into your Ooma account and checks for new voicemail. You get a notification and can easily listen to the message within the app.
There is also a setting that allows you to leave the new voicemail light on at home. My wife and I each have the app but even if we've both been notified and listened to the message, when someone returns home the voicemail light will still be flashing.

This app works with premium and free accounts. I'm not affiliated with it, just a happy customer.
Hmm... sounds interesting, but this may be better... just forward the email (as mp3) to an email account on your smart phone. You can even send it to multiple email accounts. No need have a separate app to access the system.
oomg -- Voice Over Internet Person

I've learned a lot here... two months ago I didn't even know how to spell VOIP and now I are one.

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