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Will You Need Verizon’s Visual Voicemail App on Your Galaxy Nexus? Here You Go

 

Aside from My Verizon and Backup Assistant coming pre-loaded on the Verizon version of the Galaxy Nexus, it will essentially come bloatware-free. That means no visual voicemail app that has been included in every Verizon device for the last decade or so. If VVM is something you can’t live without, and refuse to switch to the greatest app on Earth (aka Google Voice), then you are in luck – Verizon has a VVM app available for you in the market that went live yesterday. Pretty screenshots from the LTE version of the phone included.

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Cheers Donnelly!

  • http://twitter.com/snakedoc SnakeDoc

    VZW Visual Voicemail is a joke. (insert middle finger here) There are far better free apps out there. I have use many like Hullomail before Google Voice. GV is the best. Where else can you get free visual voicemail, free call to any where in the US and lest we forget the unlimited txtin. I will never use anything else. GV is one service that i would gladly pay for.

  • James Friedman

    Does anyone know if there is free or paid version of an app similar to visual voicemail in the market that actually works? I am looking to get off the 2.99 a month train (please don’t tell me Google Voice either, not interested)

  • Socal_jnunez
    • http://twitter.com/snakedoc SnakeDoc

      The First one was AWESOME!! Now they are just getting stupid.

  • http://MakeCash2.com Dora Ramon

    @ec3ab9422d7a757fa6518b19c21081b7:disqus  on the iphone.. my classmate’s sister makes $79/hour on the internet. She has been without work for 10 months but last month her check was $8100 just working on the internet for a few hours. Go to this web site and read more..http://4c3.de/WJx

  • http://profiles.google.com/vdogg89 Victor Stuber

    Whoever designed that app needs to be fired asap