Voicemail to Text feature

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Sean wants to received his voicemail  thru text feature.
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That functionality is currently available in the RingCentral Office Enterprise edition plan.

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Really! Only in Enterprise! That's just not right...It's bad enough I'm one person on the account, paying for premium and can't get voice mail to to text. Unbelievable
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You can check for all functionalities and which edition they come with here:
https://www.ringcentral.com/office/plansandpricing.html

For what it's worth, MANY software developers include different functionality with different editions of their software and charge different amounts for the progressive functionality. It's routine in many industries that use specialized software.
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Google Voice and Apple offer it for Free.  
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Apples vs oranges. While that is one functionality they offer for free they don't offer MANY of the other functionalities that RingCentral does. For example ( to name a few):
* Queues
* Paging
* Unlimited conference calling (Google Voice has "conference" calling but you have to manually add each person to the conference as they call in)
* Multipoint mobile and desktop HD video conferencing
* Integrations with Microsoft®, Google, Box, and DropboxTM
* Call log reports
* Automatic call recording (they offer call recording but not "AUTOMATIC")
* Any type of automatic call attendant (either Single-level or Multi-level)
* Integration with Salesforce®, Zendesk® and other applications
* Single Sign-On

Google Voice and Apple might be worthwhile for a very small business with a single line and receiving somewhat limited calls daily but it is not a comprehensive cloud based communications platform.
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