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VoIP and Visual Voicemail Coming to Windows Phone 7?

By Brandon Miniman December 13, 2010, 1:05 pm

Are you tired of calling into your carrier's voicemail service to listen to messages on Windows Phone 7? Or, do you wish that your HD7 had the ability to use a VoIP service to make calls, just like you can with Android 2.3? Well, fear not, as these two features might be dormant capabilities of Windows Phone 7, soon to be unlocked with a software update. A recent look deep into the depths of WP7's registry reveals entries for both Visual Voicemail and VoIP calling. Perhaps there is internet tethering and fast-app switching in there, as well.

Source: MobilityDigest

Via: EverythingWM


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