Nuance Powers New Voicemail-2-Text Service for Sprint BlackBerry Users

Nuance Communications' automatic speech recognition technology is powering the new Sprint Voicemail-2-Text service for its BlackBerry customers, giving them the ability to read their voicemail messages via email or text message.

Tailored for mobile consumers, the new service delivers the freedom and flexibility to stay connected from virtually anywhere, while helping to efficiently identify and respond to the messages they care about. As part of the service, Sprint BlackBerry customers receive transcribed messages via email or text message, and can respond with a just a click. Further, messages can be forwarded and saved.

"Leading carriers around the world continue to deploy Nuance's Voicemail-to-Text platform because it delivers fast, reliable and accurate voice message transcriptions," said John Pollard, vice president and general manager of Voice-to-Text Services at Nuance. "In fact, millions of consumers rely on our partners' services month after month because of the hassle-free, incredibly efficient way in which it turns voicemail into a useful messaging tool."

Sprint Voicemail-2-Text service for BlackBerry is currently available as a monthly service for $1.99 a month following a free 30-day trial period available at m.getjar.com/mobile/72278/Voicemail2Text. Sprint Voicemail-2-Text supports select Sprint BlackBerry Bold, Curve, Tour, Style and Touch models.

Nuance's platform leverages the trusted Dragon NaturallySpeaking dictation technology, allowing carriers like Sprint to offer services that will help customers remain connected and increase customer satisfaction.

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