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EMBARQ launches One Voicemail

Darren Murph
July 11, 2006
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Reaching out to all those who maintain both a land line telephone and a mobile number, EMBARQ has launched the EMBARQ Together Phone PaQ which introduces at least one rather handy feature:  "One Voicemail" allows users to have just a single voicemail inbox for both their home and mobile phones. If only having to check one mailbox doesn't sway you, voicemail alerts are sent to both phones where you can retrieve them at home or on the go. The biggest "feature" here, however, is the usual double-play integration between home and mobile phones; billing for both are handily included on one bill, calls to and from the two phones are always free, and there's only one customer service number to remember for both services -- a dream come true for many who can't seem to completely reside at home or in the office, or who just want less maintenance from their voice providers.

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