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GotVoice is a Voice 2.0 service that makes voicemail fun and functional with features like custom greetings, outgoing voicemail options, and more to allow you to manage your home, mobile, and office voicemail from a single interface.
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GotVoice is a Voice 2.0 service that makes voicemail fun and functional with features like custom greetings, outgoing voicemail options, and more to allow you to manage your home, mobile, and office voicemail from a single interface.

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You can listen to and manage your voicemail with the web interface.

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You can share your voicemail messages from the web interface.

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The free version allows you to select 21 time and day slots to schedule voicemail checks. More slots are available with the Premium service.

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You can compose and send emails from your GotVoice account. Step 2 allows you to record your message from your PC microphone and even add a background.

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You can even have GotVoice call your phone and record an outgoing voicemail from your phone in case you don't have a PC mic.

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You can add GotVoice or custom background sounds to your outgoing voicemail messages.

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You can even type an outgoing voicemail and the GotVoice system converts it to male or female speech when it is sent.

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You can create a custom greeting with an option to setup celebrity greetings coming soon.

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Contacts can be imported from a number of online systems, Outlook, and more.

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You can quickly setup groups and with a single three step process send outgoing voicemail to a number of people at one time.

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You can upgrade to the Premium service for US$9.95 per month. Premium services include 24 voicemail retrievals per day, RSS feeds, and MP3 attachments.

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