Suddenlink Communications started rolling out a voicemail to email service earlier this month and expects to have it fully deployed over the coming weeks.
The “Voicemail to Email” service is free to Suddenlink customers that subscribe to its phone and voicemail service. Customers can register up to three email addresses to get email messages with attachments containing their voicemails.
The service also allows customers to use their “My Account” settings at Suddenlink.net to manage voicemail and email notification settings, reset voicemail PINs, modify email notification addresses, as well as listen to, save and delete voicemail messages.
A Suddenlink spokesman said there was no information available on which vendor the company was using to provision the service.
In other Suddenlink-related news, the nation’s seventh-largest cable operator announced that its Max 107.0 tier had launched this week in Bryan-College Station, Texas. As the name implies, Max 107.0 features up to 107 Mbps on the downstream coupled with upload speeds of up to 5 Mbps.
Suddenlink first launched the DOCSIS 3.0-based Max 107.0 tier three years ago. In some of the earlier launches, it cost $120 per month as a standalone service and $107 per month as part of a bundled package.