A web tool to send incoming voice mail messages to e-mail accounts
Qwest Communications has launched two residential services to new areas of Wyoming: voice mail and qHome. Both services are brand-new to customers in Gillette, Jackson, Lander-Riverton and Laramie, and are also available to Qwest customers in surrounding towns.
According to the company, while voice mail may seem like a standard feature for the home phone, Qwest voice mail acts as much more than an answering machine. Unanswered calls will be automatically routed to a personal voice mailbox, where callers can leave private messages. Qwest voice mail will make it easy to listen to, replay, save and delete messages and allows customers to retrieve messages from any touch-tone phone, whether they are at home or away.
And with the launch of qHome, Qwest’s new integrated message manager, Qwest customers can manage their e-mail, voice mail and address books, online and with just a few clicks. This new web tool will allow customers to have incoming voice mail messages sent to their e-mail accounts.
Mike Ceballos, president of Qwest Wyoming, said: With the ways technology is integrating our lives, customers have told Qwest they want simple, reliable tools that help them manage all of their communications services at once. The new Qwest voice mail and qHome services do exactly that by bringing Qwest home phone and Qwest High-Speed Internet together easily and efficiently.