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    Anyone know? Wondering if lack of VV is a WP7-specific thing or if AT&T has only let iPhones have it
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    There isn't an AT&T visual voicemail app for Android, but most Android users use the Google Voice app for visual voicemail.
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    I use GoVoice for that, coincidentally, my voicemails and texts go to it; I still give out my regular number for calls though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gtg465x View Post
    There isn't an AT&T visual voicemail app for Android, but most Android users use the Google Voice app for visual voicemail.
    This. AT&T doesn't support it directly as Android doesn't either. Google just uses their official Google Voice app on Android.

    AT&T is currently 'testing' it for WP but we have no idea why its taking so long. BB & iPhone are the only ones with official support.
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    I have it on my radar with T-mobile LOVE IT!!!

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