Thoughts on Visual Voicemail

edited October 2009 in enV Touch Apps
So visual voicemail cant be hacked like vz nav, city id, and other subscription apps. The reason, or why i think its the reason is because the enVTouch comes with visual voicemail as a part of the User Interface, so you cant unsubscribe to something thats a standard feature of the phone, kinda seems like verizon has found a way to charge you for basic phone features, i mean seriously why should you have to pay monthly for something so simple? In any case i was wondering if anyone has tried the vz nav trick for vvm on another phone that doesn't have vvm preinstalled as part of the phones UI?


  • Not at all, but i really dont like the program. I had it on my env2. I thought it was pretty pointless. I'd rather just set up Google Voice for the same type of thing.
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