Visual Voicemail Plus

Visual Voicemail Plus


*No longer offered by Rogers*
Must have an existing subscription to Visual Voicemail Plus.

Get your Rogers voicemail messages automatically pushed to your phone.
Voicemails are pushed to your phone so you can read and listen to your voicemail messages without having to dial in.
Requires a monthly service subscription via a Rogers add-on or Value Pack. Call Rogers Care if you have not already subscribed.

Supported Devices:
• Acer Liquid A1/E
• Acer Liquid MT
• HTC EVO 3D
• HTC One
• HTC One X
• HTC Raider (LTE)
• LG Optimus 3D
• LG Optimus G
• LG Optimus L7
• Motorola Defy Pro
• Motorola Razr
• Samsung Galaxy Captivate
• Samsung Galaxy Nexus
• Samsung Galaxy Note
• Samsung Galaxy Note II
• Samsung Galaxy Q
• Samsung Galaxy S II LTE
• Samsung Galaxy S III
• Samsung Galaxy S 4
• Samsung Infuse 4G
• Samsung Nexus S
• Sony Ericsson X10
• Sony Ericsson Xperia arc
• Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro
• Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
• Sony Xperia Ion
• Sony Xperia T
• Sony Xperia ZL

(Rogers will continue to add to the below list of supported devices shortly)


A MMS version of Visual Voicemail Plus is also available if your device is not currently supported

Key Features:
• Includes Enhanced Voicemail. Receive up to 35, five-minute messages and save each one for up to 10 days.
• Get your voicemail messages automatically pushed to your phone as an audio file and as transcribed text.
• No need to dial in to check voicemail messages or to enter a password.
• Listen to or read your voicemail messages in any order you want.
• Stuck in a meeting or in class? Read your voicemails discretely.
• Have voicemail messages on your device synch with messages in your traditional voicemail mailbox.

Recent changes:
Critical bug fixes.
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Free
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1.9
User ratings
1403
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
3
File size
526 kb
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About Visual Voicemail Plus
*No longer offered by Rogers*
Must have an existing subscription to Visual Voicemail Plus.

Get your Rogers voicemail messages automatically pushed to your phone.
Voicemails are pushed to your phone so you can read and listen to your voicemail messages without having to dial in.
Requires a monthly service subscription via a Rogers add-on or Value Pack. Call Rogers Care if you have not already subscribed.

Supported Devices:
• Acer Liquid A1/E
• Acer Liquid MT
• HTC EVO 3D
• HTC One
• HTC One X
• HTC Raider (LTE)
• LG Optimus 3D
• LG Optimus G
• LG Optimus L7
• Motorola Defy Pro
• Motorola Razr
• Samsung Galaxy Captivate
• Samsung Galaxy Nexus
• Samsung Galaxy Note
• Samsung Galaxy Note II
• Samsung Galaxy Q
• Samsung Galaxy S II LTE
• Samsung Galaxy S III
• Samsung Galaxy S 4
• Samsung Infuse 4G
• Samsung Nexus S
• Sony Ericsson X10
• Sony Ericsson Xperia arc
• Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro
• Sony Ericsson Xperia Play
• Sony Xperia Ion
• Sony Xperia T
• Sony Xperia ZL

(Rogers will continue to add to the below list of supported devices shortly)


A MMS version of Visual Voicemail Plus is also available if your device is not currently supported

Key Features:
• Includes Enhanced Voicemail. Receive up to 35, five-minute messages and save each one for up to 10 days.
• Get your voicemail messages automatically pushed to your phone as an audio file and as transcribed text.
• No need to dial in to check voicemail messages or to enter a password.
• Listen to or read your voicemail messages in any order you want.
• Stuck in a meeting or in class? Read your voicemails discretely.
• Have voicemail messages on your device synch with messages in your traditional voicemail mailbox.

Recent changes:
Critical bug fixes.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 19, 2015
Hasn't worked in a decade Last supported device was galaxy q.
A Google User
Aug 18, 2015
Very poor app. It kept sending status texts to my phone. Deleted it.
A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
Why is this even here? This app doesn't even run for android phones. Rogers you suck
A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
Always Starts Muted The app seems to work alright, but the app always starts muted, and I have to turn off mute in order to listen to messages. Why is it muted by default? Why do I even need to mute my voice mail?
A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
Feels sloppy Wish the app wasn't ugly.... I really hope Rogers allows us to use Android M's built in visual voicemail... I am sick of all the text messages/errors this poorly updated/developed app allows us.