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I got this text msg from Sprint today:

 

"SprintFreeMsg: Your Visual Voicemail account is being upgraded. After 04/02, please call in to voicemail to record your new greeting and reset your passcode."

 

Anybody know why this is happening? Is it due to some sort of upgrade to the voicemail system? 

 

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I got this text msg from Sprint today:

 

"SprintFreeMsg: Your Visual Voicemail account is being upgraded. After 04/02, please call in to voicemail to record your new greeting and reset your passcode."

 

Anybody know why this is happening? Is it due to some sort of upgrade to the voicemail system? 

That would be nice!  

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I got this text msg from Sprint today:

 

"SprintFreeMsg: Your Visual Voicemail account is being upgraded. After 04/02, please call in to voicemail to record your new greeting and reset your passcode."

 

Anybody know why this is happening? Is it due to some sort of upgrade to the voicemail system? 

I highlighted your answer.  :rasp:

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Shouldn't matter, you still able to use the app even if you don't pay the monthly fee. The free version just has limited features, but still able to use it instead of calling your voicemail.

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