You can disable the app from the app menu. (at least you can with stock ICS, TouchWiz + rogers = I have no idea)
Settings > Apps > All > Visual Voicemail Plus > Disable. (or uninstall)
Thanks for the advise.
I tried and I only got the option uninstall update, but no disable or uninstall.
Oh I found the disable option after I uninstalled the update.
Thanks again for the help.
THANK YOU!!!! this has been driving me INSANE! i called customer service 3 times today about this stupid notification thing! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!
Ah, so from one of the previous replies it looks like if you uinstall any updates you can then disable it. After you uninstall the updates (at least on the S3) it'll show up in app manager as VVM and the disable button is then available. Hope it works, disabled it now.
Soooo much bloatware but then all providers do it but do people actually use it? I guess it's like viagara emails ... it only takes 1 order out of a million emails (or installs in this case) to make a profit. Isn't the use of this particular one $10 a month?
This worked for me. I uninstalled the update and then accessed the app in settings again and disabled it. Thankfully as it was driving me crazy.
I was wondering how to install the visual voicemail onto my phone
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