Mobile E-mail 4.0 Increases Accessibility, Value of E-mail Retrieval
Verizon Wireless is tireless and versatile when it comes to launching new solutions. Always one step ahead, it constantly works to give its customers a better deal and newer services. With the launch of Mobile E-mail 4.0, the existing e-mail solutions stand upgraded.
The concept of mobile e-mail helps users to use their mobile phones as their primary Inbox and allows them to maintain work and personal accounts on their phones itself. This means that users will get instant access to all messages regardless of whether it is a business or a personal one.
Mobile Email 4.0 is an enhancement to the existing mobile e-mail solution, and provides customers an improved method of accessing e-mail on a wide range of feature phones. It is also available on many devices such as the LG Octane, LG Cosmos Touch and Samsung Zeal. Not only do users get a better user experience, but also get more value for their money on their data plans.
The upgraded version automatically pushes recent e-mails right to the top, so that users don't have to refresh each time they want to view the current e-mails. Aggregated personal and work contacts are in the same place and customers can stay connected to everyone all the time. The redesigned interface allows for easy navigation and users can upload attachments, pictures, photos from their My Pix folder and share it with whomever they choose to. The new Outlook Calendar sync help customers to balance personal and business schedule and keep track of all appointments using the same device.
In case customers have not downloaded the upgrade, they will receive an embedded SMS that will automatically trigger the download. This new e-mail application costs users just $5 per month. A pay-as-you-go option is also available separately or comes included with a $15 or higher data package. Other details can be found at the Verizon mobile e-mail website.
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Mini Swamy is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Tammy Wolf