IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Show your love on Valentine’s Day, drop a hint to your less perceptive other half or poke fun at a Hallmark holiday with free, personal voicemail greetings at YouMail.com. YouMail’s voicemail service allows users to download and assign a variety of different Valentine’s Day greetings for friends and family while keeping a standard greeting for colleagues and unknown callers. To download free Valentine’s greetings, visit: http://www.youmail.com/channel/valentines.
“No matter what stage your relationship is in, you can find ways to express your feelings with YouMail’s free Valentine’s Day voicemail greetings,” said Alex Quilici, CEO of YouMail. “Letting your loved one, crush or friend know you care does not have to be traditional or at a cost. YouMail allows you to tell them, in your own words, or through pre-recorded greetings that you are thinking of them this Valentine’s Day.”
Greetings range from quirky and creative to serious and seductive. Sample pre-recorded voicemails available for free download include:
YouMail’s service is free to consumers and allows them to better express their personality. Users can personalize greetings based on caller ID – recording greetings themselves, or easily choosing from a large and growing library of user-generated greetings and away messages. YouMail lets users express themselves differently to their friends, family and co-workers, while maintaining a standard greeting for unknown callers. Users can also access their cell phone voicemail over the Web or in their e-mail, to easily share special voicemails and save them forever.
YouMail Inc. is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, Calif. YouMail provides a free, dramatically better cell phone voicemail service that allows users to better express their personality and be more productive through a collection of unique and powerful features, and the leveraging of the YouMail community of users. The service has a growing set of distribution partnerships with major mobile service and content providers. To learn more and sign up for the free YouMail service, go to http://www.youmail.com. Inquiries regarding YouMail should be directed to Derek Brookmeyer at 415-694-6702 or firstname.lastname@example.org.