In the last few months, Visual Voice Mail has swept across nearly all carriers as an extra feature to improve your mobile experience. Why it took so long for this simple and intuitive solution to come to fruition is a huge question mark, but all that really matter is that your T-Mobile G1 will soon have Visual Voice Mail thanks to PhoneFusion.
Louis Lebin – CEO of PhoneFusion – had this to say about the upcoming application:
“Our Fusion Voicemail Plus application is tremendously popular with our existing customers who wanted iPhone-type functionality on their favorite devices… With the launch of T-Mobile’s G1, the first Android-powered smartphone, people have been looking for an innovative visual voicemail app that runs on this breakthrough device. We believe Fusion Voicemail Plus fills this gap, giving the Android community a better way to stay connected when it matters most. We expect this application will quickly become one of the favorites on Android Market.”
According to the article, this application is FREE although its a feature that current mobile phone customers have deemed worthy of investment: Verizon Wireless charges $1.99 for their VVM service. It should be available on the Android market by the end of 2008… we’ll see if it remains free once Paid Applications hit the market in 2009.