Voice message

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A voice message[1][dead link] is a message containing audio of a person's voice. Voice itself could be 'packaged' and sent through the IP backbone so that it reaches its marked 'address'. In a technical sense, the process of sending 'voice packets' is a semi passive way of communication. However, given the speed at which it could be delivered can make the communication sound seamless.

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  1. ^ Dipali, K. "Business voice message answer service". msg2txt. msg2txt. Retrieved 4 November 2015.