Optus Has No Plans For iPhone Visual Voicemail In Australia

Bad news if you don’t fancy paying Telstra $5 a month for its newly-announced iPhone visual voicemail service and don’t think Vodafone is up to the task: Optus says it has no plans for adding the option for its iPhone customers.

Asked if Optus would be introducing visual voicemail for iPhone, a spokesperson told us: “Not at this stage.” Optus is generally reckoned to have the largest concentration of iPhone owners in Australia, in part due to its relatively generous plans, so it’s a potentially annoying omission, but probably not a crucial one. What do you think?

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