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Nuance Powers AT&T Voicemail-to-TextNuance Powers AT&T Voicemail-to-Text

Service lets customers read wireless voicemails any time, any place via computer or mobile phone

November 30, 2009

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Nuance Powers AT&T Voicemail-to-Text

BURLINGTON, Mass. -- Nuance Communications, Inc. (NASDAQ: NUAN), a leading provider of speech solutions, today announced its Voicemail to Text platform is powering the recently launched AT&T Voicemail to Text service. The service converts English and Spanish language wireless voicemail messages to text and delivers them via SMS, email or both, providing convenience and flexibility in how subscribers access, file and reply to mobile voicemail.

“Our service was built with carriers like AT&T and their subscribers in mind – an incredibly reliable and scalable voicemail to text infrastructure, and a valuable and easy-to-use service for mobile consumers,” said Michael Thompson, senior vice president, Nuance Mobile.

Nuance Communications Inc. (Nasdaq: NUAN)

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