We already reported that Verizon is preparing to launch its visual voicemail service and that few devices — including LG Chocolate 3, LG “Voyager Refresh,” Motorola “Utopia” and Motorola “Blaze” (touchscreen) — are already on board. Now we have a new tidbit of information, suggesting that the so called RIM’s response to the “iPhone challenge,” all-touchscreen equipped BlackBerry Thunder, will also sing along Verizon’s service.
And that’s about it. We don’t have a single screenshot at the moment, only Engadget’s words to trust. And yes, we do trust them. Add the simple logic that many people love visual voicemail, and you’ll see a reason why Verizon needs such service to compete with Apple and its “partner in crime” – AT&T. We’ll keep watch this closely and get back to you as soon as we have something new to report, k?
[Via: Engadget Mobile]
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