Verizon Wireless has announced that it is shutting down its Verizon Visual Voicemail on the 8th of July 2016.
The Verizon Visual Voicemail has been available for a monthly fee of $2.99 and users of the service will be switched to the company’s standard service from the 8th of July.
On 7/8/2016, those devices that now use $2.99 Visual Voice Mail will be automatically switched to our free Basic Voice Mail service. Basic Voice Mail gives you the ability to receive and check voice messages by calling *86 from your phone.
You won’t lose any existing voice messages when switching from $2.99 Visual Voice Mail to Basic Voice Mail.
Your existing voice messages will be saved, but you’ll need room for new messages. Before the switch to Basic Voice Mail on 7/8, make sure you have less than 20 messages in your mailbox. For more information on saving or archiving your messages, refer to our Basic Visual Voice Mail FAQs.
You may have to set up your voice mailbox after switching from $2.99 Visual Voice Mail to Basic Voice Mail.
You can find out more details about the changes to the Verizon Visual Voicemail over at their website at the link below.
Source Verizon, Phandroid
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