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"Voicemails Forever™" Now Helps to Free Existing Voicemails Stuck on Any Phone or Answering Machine

Introducing a Solution to Permanently Save, Record and Share Messages Otherwise Trapped Inside

PARAMUS, N.J., Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Voicemails Forever (voicemailsforever.com) announces its simple yet ground-breaking recording and saving solution that gives customers unprecedented freedom to record, transfer, and permanently save treasured memories and valued voice messages that are locked inside phones and answering machines. Voicemails Forever safekeeping process includes one hour of voicemail recording time for just $19.99, and by simply dialing a private access number, the process takes just a few minutes from start to finish.  

The fear of losing precious and important voice messages can be stressful, from the last words of a deceased loved one to the first words of a child. "Voicemails Forever challenges the idea that voicemails are temporary," said David Poloner, founder of Voicemails Forever. "People can now breathe a sigh of relief when existing voice messages (both personal and business) are set free and saved forever, especially before upgrading to a new phone or switching carriers."   

Voicemails Forever protects and stores messages as MP3 files on a secure site for future access in a customer account established during initial set up, and saves them to your computer, tablet, or mobile device for repeated playing.  Voicemails Forever is compatible with business voicemail systems, home answering machines, voicemail greetings, and all cell phone carriers and all phones that don't have a visual voicemail app enabled. For more information, please visit www.voicemailsforever.com.

SOURCE Voicemails Forever

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