WenWM · Feb 12, 2010 at 04:12 pm

A CAB for Visual Voicemail for T-mobile USA

If you have been looking for an alternative method of checking your Voice Mails, VVM is the way to do it. This CAB file was taken from a leaked ROM and allows you to setup Visual Voice Mail for your Windows Mobile device.

Originally Posted by WarlockW
Here is a cab for Tmobile Visual Voicemail from the new Leaked Rom.

At the moment vvm is only for blackberry 9700 and android devices. when you log into your mytmobile.com account just change the pic of your device to a blackberry 9700 device and when you go to change services it will let you add the vvm service for free.

Then you can switch the device back to your TP2. it goes through instantly as if you called in to make the change. I just did it and it worked!

Continue on to the application thread.

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