Visual Voice Mail has been offered by most carriers in the past months as a necessary bonus and now it’s coming to the T-Mobile G1, thanks to PhoneFusion’s app. This piece of software is already popular on the iPhone, so why not launch a similar one for the first Android device?


Fusion Voicemail Plus offers the Android users another way to stay connected, or so claims Louis Lebin, PhoneFusion CEO, who also announced that it’ll hit the Android Market pretty soon for free. However, keep in mind that carriers like Verizon Wireless might charge $1.99 for such a service.

Will this app remain free under these circumstances?

[via phandroid]

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