Consider how many times you have been waiting for a call only to discover that you have forgotten your phone at home or the office, requiring you to rush back. With YouMail, you can relax and just check your voicemail messages from any computer. In addition, Verizon charges Android users $2.99/month for their Verizon visual voicemail app. iPhone users get a far weaker version for free. YouMail’s free version does everything Verizon’s Android voicemail app does and more. You can even record your own custom voicemail greeting or download one from the YouMail community to automatically greet contacts with their first name. YouMail can ditch all callers with hidden caller ID info, or specific callers if you desire. YouMail can even play a “number disconnected” tone and message for them so that you don’t have to worry about hearing from them again.
Spam Call Blocking
YouMail offers premium spam call blocking technology complete with call screening and personalized scam protection, starting at no cost. Verizon’s Call Filter app simply screens incoming callers to alert you if a number may be spam, a robocall, or fraud and is only free for Verizon customers with a compatible device. Their free plan also only includes basic spam detection, filtering, and reporting. YouMail’s free plan offers spam call blocking with other great features and is available to anyone on multiple devices.
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