Ziggo launches Visual Voicemail app for Android Your home phone voicemail messages in sight and sound on your smartphone
Ziggo launches Visual Voicemail app for Android
Your home phone voicemail messages in sight and sound on your smartphone.
Utrecht, 12 February 2013
Today, Ziggo is launching an app for their telephone subscribers with which they can automatically receive their home phone voicemail messages on their Android smartphone: Ziggo Visual Voicemail. The app works with any WiFi connection and through the provider's data connection. Ziggo strives to offer Ziggo customers the ability to access their services from anywhere and the Ziggo Voicemail app provides a service that was first only available on your regular home phone, but can now be used from any location. The app works on every smartphone with Android 2.2. or higher and can be downloaded from Google Play.
Benefits of the app
- See who left you a voicemail message on your home phone.
- With one push of the button you will be able to return the call, or reply with a text message.
- Listen, forward, store, edit or delete your voicemail messages.
- Manage your home phone's voicemail settings.
- For each Ziggo fixed network number, voicemail messages can be sent to a maximum of 5 smartphones.
Ziggo is a nationwide media and communications service provider Ziggo serves approximately 2.9 million households, 1.8 million broadband Internet customers, 2.3 million digital television customers and 1.5 million telephone subscribers. Our products and services for the small and large business markets include products such as telephony, data communications and electronic payment facilities. Our coverage extends across the majority of the Netherlands and has a strong presence in the regions. Ziggo is listed on NYSE Euronext Amsterdam. For more about Ziggo, please visit: www.ziggo.com
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