Tired of listening to that automated voice on your phone's message menu? Now you can get your voicemails in text form on your Blackberry. CNBC's Jane Wells found a new service that wants to end voicemail as we know it.
"We feel that the market for voicemail in the United States is about thirty to forty billion messages per month," James Siminoff, CEO of Simulscribe, said on "Morning Call." His company has developed technology that turns voicemails into e-mail. The voice recognition software's benefits include time-savings, the ability to see all your messages at once, and freedom from having to jot down numbers. The cost: $10 a month for the first forty messages; after that, each message costs 25 cents.