SAINT JOHN, June 26 /CNW/ - Aliant customers across Atlantic Canada now
have the option of listening to their voicemail messages online, in audio file
format, with a new residential Internet Protocol service delivered by Aliant,
Atlantic Canada's leading information and communications technology provider.
"We're providing exceptional value for our customers by offering an
innovative and convenient tool that makes staying in touch easy, while
combining the reliability of Aliant's traditional network with the
functionality of the Internet," said Heather Tulk, Senior Vice President of
Customer Solutions, Aliant.
With Voicemail Online customers are able to receive a copy of their
voicemail messages at a preferred email address. Customers then have the
option of listening to their voicemails in a WAV audio file format, from
anywhere in the world they have access to their email. Voicemail messages can
also be saved permanently for future reference.
Voicemail Online is available exclusively for Aliant Internet Value
Package customers. For more information about this service, or to find out
more about Aliant's Internet Value Package, visit www.aliant.net.
About Bell Aliant
Bell Aliant (TSX: BA.UN) is one of North America's largest regional
communications providers. Through its operating entities it serves customers
in six Canadian provinces with innovative information, communication and
technology services including voice, data, Internet, video and value-added
business solutions. Through its xwave offices, Bell Aliant also provides IT
professional services in Canada and the US. Bell Aliant's 10,000 employees are
committed to deliver the highest quality of customer service, choice and
convenience. In Atlantic Canada, communications products and services are
delivered to customers through the Aliant brand.
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