Does anyone have examples of use of voice/audio e-mail software by ICT4D /
digital divide projects (e.g., in community telecenters)?  Voice e-mail is not
so popular in Northern countries but would seem to have potential in parts of
the global South where literacy rates are not so high and/or oral cultural
traditions are still important.

On the other hand, the spread of cellphones might undercut demand for such a
feature. Then again, messaging technology linking phones and voice mail from
computers might open up new possibilities.

Any experience, info, or thoughts on this would be welcome.

Don Osborn

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