Part 4, Andy Munarriz of HulloMail

The Future of Voicemail

I’ve been getting emails from people wondering when the next episode in the Future of Voicemail Series was going live. Tah dah! It’s here. Episode 4 features the co-founder of HulloMail, Andy Munarriz. Andy’s no stranger to Mobile Industry Review — indeed we first interviewed him on camera about two years ago when HulloMail first launched their iPhone application and service.

Having co-founded a company supplying next-generation voicemail services to consumers (and operators), you’d expect Andy to have something to say on the subject. I’m pleased to say you won’t be disappointed. In today’s episode you’ll see Andy talk through his perspective and experience on the background, development and next generation of voicemail services. It’s particularly interesting given HulloMail’s history delivering voicemail services to mobile operators around the world.

I should point out that it’s down to Andy’s generous support (and the rest of the team at HulloMail) that I’ve been able to produce and publish this series in the first place, as HulloMail are the series sponsor. So thank you Andy.

Right then, have a watch and let me know what you think!

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3 replies on “Part 4, Andy Munarriz of HulloMail”

What a great end to a great series (well we would say that!) really interesting insights into the future of voicemail. Would be great to know if you agree with the HulloMail view on the future?

Excellent set of interviews, it's been really informative over the last few weeks and fantastic to have a more indepth look at a specific piece of mobile functionality. Thanks!

I'm loving the format for this. Gives me a few ideas.

Voicemail is so inconvenient – and phone calls in general can be very intrusive. I want to try voice messaging now.

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