It comes with a few big "ifs"—if you're a U-Verse subscriber, if you have a landline, if you have an iPhone or BlackBerry—but if you meet those preconditions, AT&T's Voicemail Viewer will give your home visual voicemail superpowers.
On the heels of the myTouch 3G release, it appears visual voicemail has made its way to the Android Market. The voicemal app, along with long awaited Sherpa local entertainment app come as part of a larger AppPack bundle.
If you own an iPhone, you've probably noticed lately that voicemails randomly show up a few days after they should have. The Visual Voicemail system is basically broken for people, and it's AT&T's fault. Why aren't they acknowledging it?