Electronics Tips: Voicemail and Caller ID Advantages for Cell

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Electronics Tips: Voicemail and Caller ID Advantages for Cell Phone Users

Cell phones are convenient for talking while on the go, whether for business or personal use. They enable you to chat with friends or family long distance without paying extra charges. They provide a means for you to talk with family or friends when emergencies occur or when you need to ask a question at the last minute.

To go a step further and enjoy even more conveniences, consider setting up voicemail and caller ID on your cell phone. These two features often go unused on cell phones, but yet, they can provide an easy way to capture missed calls and/or avoid unwanted calls on your cell phone. Here are some benefits you’ll enjoy using these features.

Voicemail Benefits

Voicemail on a cell phone is similar to an answering machine, except without the machine and recording cassettes. It can be set up within your cell phone with your own personal message or with an automated message. Voicemail enables your callers to leave messages if you’re not available to answer the call or if you are on the line with someone else. Voicemail will even take messages for you if...

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