I recently tried a new T-Mobile feature, ‘Visual Voice Mail.’ According to T-Mobile, Visual Voicemail allows one to listen to messages in any order, respond in one click and easily manage your inbox without ever dialing into voicemail. As such, there’s no need to change your T-Mobile voicemail number or to reconfigure your voicemail forwarding. It activates for free at first launch.
So, with that being said, here’s my first visual message:
“Hey Vic on the rain today and if it does not rain asking(?) on the three the those flowers hat we have to attract a-humming(?) bar the ones(?) that grew out by yourself and and there’s there’s a new one. It does not i-wrote(?) inside the annual … those four right in front of the sliding door notes(?) need to have a container(?) out of water at the if you can d“
So I dialed my voice mail to get the real message:
“Hey it’s Vicky (my neighbor). Is it going to rain today? If not, can you water the flowers that attract the hummingbirds for me? These are the ones I planted from last year and grew out by themselves. Also, can you water my annual flowers as well? These are in front of my sliding door. Each of these only need half-a-container of water. If you can do that for me, that would be great. Thanks.”
Wow. Visual Voice Mail has a long way to go.