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  1. horsecharles

    horsecharles Android Expert
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    Seems like you can do all the following for free with other apps n methods?

    Value Bundle FAQs


    What is Value Bundle? Value Bundle includes 5 great Services for only $5. The features included in the Value Bundle are the following:

    1. Call Forwarding: Forward calls from your cell phone to any local number. Call Forwarding is easy to set up and use, so you never miss a call!
    2. Screen-it: Manage your calls better by seeing the caller's name and phone number before you answer, even if it's not stored in your cell phone's contact list.
    3. Unlimited Directory Assistance: Unlimited calls to directory assistance for business and residential listings in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
    4. Voicemail to Text: Converts your voicemails to texts and delivers them straight to your phone or email.
    5. International Text Messaging: Send text messages across the globe.
    How do I get the Value Bundle? The Value Bundle can be added for $5 through My Account or by dialing 611 from your phone.

    Add this today to your monthly plan in My Account. Click the purple "Edit/Change Services" button that you see at the top of My Services (found under the 'Device & Plan' tab)!
     

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    Yeah, I'd pass on that.

    1. Don't use it. This isn't the 80s anymore. Also, if I wanted calls forwarded, I would use Google Voice.

    2. Mr Number is perfect and better

    3. I use an app or browser for that

    4. Don't need text voicemails. Don't like voicemails much.

    5. I use FB Messenger or Viber for that.
     
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