AT&T Launches Voicemail-to-Text Service
AT&T has launched a new service that will transcribe voicemails to text and then deliver them to a user's handset via text message, email or both. Users can respond to or forward voicemails via text, email or voice and can also store their voicemails for an indefinite period of time. The service is being provided by Nuance and costs $10 per month.
Is there any wonder that they hate Google so much?
I agree... you can't even get gmail on at&t phones (i didn't say smartphones or pds's)... pathetic. remember ed whiticre said he didn't want google to us...
haha. what' next?
I'd actually like this if I didn't have to pay extra for it. Oh well...
Nothing new here...
Already have it for free
Plus I get the ability to play different voicemail messages for different callers based on whether they are listed in my contacts and, if so, under what group.
Carriers should stop trying to provide every possible service for a fee. Give us a reliable connection at a reasonable price, period. Let voicemail services, web services, call forwarding services, email services, etc etc, compete against one another in an open market. You can't possibly do better than that with your proprietary services.