YouMail Visual Voicemail Now Available on Sprint for Free


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YouMail Inc., (www.youmail.com), the premier mobile consumer voicemail service, today announced that Sprint customers are now able to easily get YouMail on their mobile phones, with no extra charges. Sprint users can now access YouMail’s visual voicemail application on their BlackBerry® smartphones and Android phones, and take advantage of YouMail’s award winning features that unlock voicemail from their wireless phone and carrier.

"YouMail has been overwhelmed with requests from Sprint users wanting our service to work with no extra fees," said Alex Quilici, CEO, YouMail. "Sprint has done a great service to the wireless community by eliminating their previous 20 cents per minute charge for conditional call forwarding and making it easy for users to set up the conditional call forwarding that services like YouMail require."

YouMail’s time-saving visual voicemail application provides BlackBerry smartphone and Android users on the Sprint network with access to a voicemail inbox right on their mobile phone. Useful features include the ability for consumers to do the following:

  --  Quickly and easily scroll through incoming voicemail messages to see
      relevant caller information including caller name, time of call, and
      length of message
  --  Play voicemails by simply clicking on them
  --  Unlock voicemail to easily share and forward voicemails as an email or
      post to a blog

  --  Delete, archive or save voicemails, forever

Sprint users can also access YouMail’s premium transcription services, which enable users to read their voicemails directly from the new application. The transcription feature lets users have anytime access to voicemail, even in situations where playing or listening to a voicemail is not an option, such as when in a meeting. Further, Sprint users have access to additional YouMail features including, access to their voicemail online when they’re near a desktop computer, personalized greetings for every caller, the YouMail greetings community, and community-based or personalized voicemail filtering.

There are two simple ways for Sprint users to select YouMail as their mobile voicemail:

  --  Go to BlackBerry App World(TM) (www.blackberry.com/appworld) or the
      Android Market to download YouMail's visual voicemail app, which then
      takes users through the sign-up and call forwarding process.

  --  Go to www.youmail.com and sign up for a YouMail account and follow the
      brief instructions for forwarding unanswered calls to YouMail.


  About YouMail

YouMail unlocks mobile voicemail, with a service that lets users customize, manage and deliver voicemails the way they want, when they want – saving both time and money. YouMail users can choose where and how they retrieve their messages: through its handset application for the iPhone, BlackBerry®, and Android smartphones, through the web browser, in e-mail, or by calling in. From visual voicemail, to voice-to-text, to custom and community-shared greetings, and voicemail filtering, YouMail gives users complete control of their voicemail, providing the best and most simple voicemail solution. YouMail provides an ad-supported free service, as well as a set of premium services, including near perfect voice-to-text transcription.

The YouMail service is being adopted rapidly by consumers, with well over 500,000 registered YouMail accounts, and is currently available free of charge to most AT&T Wireless, Verizon Wireless, T-mobile, Sprint, Boost Mobile, and US Cellular users. The company has a growing set of distribution partnerships and serves as the default voicemail service for wireless carriers including Immix Wireless, BlueWireless, and iSmart Mobile. YouMail, Inc., headquartered in Aliso Viejo, CA, was founded in January, 2007. The company is backed by Vantage Point Venture Partners and Tech Coast Angels. To learn more or sign up for YouMail’s free service, visit http://www.youmail.com/ or download the YouMail application on BlackBerry App World(TM), iTunes, or the Android Market.

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