Here's something neat I figured out today for all of you SaskTel customers. SaskTel lets you log into your voicemail online, and you can configure the system to send you your voicemail messages as .wav email attachments.
Check this out. Log into your online voicemail account here.
Under Messaging Options, browse to Notifications. Fill in your email address and check off the .wav file option.
When you get a voicemail, you get an email that looks like this:
Look at that attachment size - 25KB for a quick 15 second voicemail! If your phone supports the audio file (apparently my Android phone doesn't without a .wav player app), it would probably be faster to listen to the .wav file from your email on your phone than it would be to log into your voicemail on your phone by following all of the prompts.
Finally if you decide to click the link in the SaskTel email, this is what you get:
Cool! I don't think I will ever check a voicemail through my phone again - not only are the voice-prompt menus too slow, but basic functions like replaying or skipping messages are complete guesswork. Not any more!