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    My Lumia 920 on AT&T has visual voicemail. I got when I as fixing LTE issues and the customer service representative asked if I wanted it. The attachment below is a screenshot of what it looks like. All you do is swipe over from the phone app and there it is. The previous voicemail charm is now gone.
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    I have it long ago.... By the way, I didn't see screenshot
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    Quote Originally Posted by fardream View Post
    I have it long ago.... By the way, I didn't see screenshot
    Doesn't look like there is one attached to this thread.
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    You won't see the screenshots if you're using the WPCentral app. They are attachments, not links. They show up in the browser.

    Yes, Visual Voicemail is old, though. I've had it on my WP7 device since I got the device last year.
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    I've had this since I got my Lumia 920 in November.
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    Yeah, I didn't have it by default on my One X, but it's shown up on my Lumia as well. I think it's baked into WP8? Can I get a verification on that, please?
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    I've been wanting to get rid of visual voicemail this whole time.
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    No visual voicemail on my 820, Orange in the UK.
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    VVM first appeared on AT&T when the Lumia 900 shipped in April, 2012. Support for VVM was baked into Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango), but requires operator support.
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    As eeewing said, AT&T has offered VVM for Windows Phones since the last WP7 gen. If you have a VVM capable phone (last WP7 gen phones or any WP8 phones), you'll have to make sure AT&T has you on the right data plan. After that, follow the instructions on your voicemail page and it'll set up VVM.
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    FYI, T-Mobile supports Visual Voice Mail. You just have to flip the switch on the phone (Lumia 810) to turn it on. It's really nice if you have limited voice minutes, but unlimited data.
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    Yeah I do have it on my L920 as well (ATT). I love that it is baked right into the dialer. The swipe to right to get to vv is just so simple and elegant.

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