Visual voicemail on the BlackBerry Bold has been a feature looming since January, but rumour has it that AT&T subscribers will be able to activate it for free starting tomorrow. Some particulars of the service have also bubbled up, if you’re you’re interested:
- Store up to 40 voicemails for up to 14 days
- Archive voicemails to device memory or on a microSD card
- Forward voicemails as an MMS to other users or an email address
- Save phone numbers in your Visual Voicemail inbox to your address book
- Setup your voicemail including greeting right from the application itself
Hopefully we’ll see the native visual voicemail app spread to other carriers shortly after making it to AT&T – it would even be nice if Google got around to integrating their Voice service here in the long run, although the existing Google Voice app for BlackBerry should do the trick for awhile still.