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HulloMail Offers Free Visual Voicemail App for BlackBerries

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Sep 28, 2009, 7:59 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today HulloMail announced the U.S. launch of its free visual voicemail product for BlackBerry devices. HulloMail replaced the voicemail service that is provided by wireless network operators. When a voicemail is received, HulloMail converts the voicemail to an MP3 file and then emails the file to the user as an attachment. It can then be listened to, saved, and forwarded to others. HulloMail features also include message list/media playback, sender call back, push notification, IMAP account support and integration with Google contacts or BlackBerry contacts. HulloMail supports the BlackBerry Bold, Tour and Curve 8900. The app is free to download from HulloMail, and will be available in the BlackBerry Apps World soon. HulloMail said it plans to support other phones, including the iPhone, later this year.

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Sep 28, 2009, 10:16 AM

Can't download to 8330

When I try to download it, it says..

"This application requires the following module, which is not listed: net_rim_bbapi_messalist"
You need OS v4.6 or higher, or a hacked ROM.
Search app world for "youmail" it's the same thing, and it's free.

Sep 28, 2009, 8:11 PM


DE 2 Philly

Sep 28, 2009, 12:49 PM

Its not free

I DL'd everything and when I finally got the text to my phone it said 9.99/month. 😲
What? Really? Here's a quote from the press release:

"HulloMail Service is Now Available to New and Existing Blackberry Users, Free of Charge, to Deliver Fully Integrated Digital Voice-Email Experience"

The press release also makes NO mention of...
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