How many times have you sat there with your cell phone glued to your hand so that when hubby called (while deployed) that you wouldn’t miss his call. If your spouse has ever been deployed we know all to well how crappy it can be to miss their phone call after waiting all day for it.

Because I am extremely sentimental I have to admit some of the messages left during those missed calls were the best and I never wanted to delete them. Unfortunately certain cell phone providers delete your messages after a period of time unless you keep remembering to go back and re-save them. But honestly who has time to keep doing that?

Recently a new company called Voice Mail Vault  shared with me their new service where you can dial your cell phone from their site and record any voicemail messages you would like to keep permanently for only $0.49 a piece.

Check out this quick video I made below to see how it works:


In addition I will randomly pick two people who comment to receive a free code to try out Voice Mail Vault for themselves.

If your as sentimental as me you will want to try it out!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post and as usual all opinions are my own and have not been influenced.



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Krystel is the mom of two and an Army Wife. In addition to Army Wife 101 she is the Co-Founder of a digital media agency that connects brands with the military market. She has appeared on MSNBC ,FOX LA and formerly was a weekly contributor to HLN's "Raising America". She has written for various outlets including Sheknows and Lifetime and is a big fan of cupcakes and french fries.

7 Comments on How To Save Your Soldiers Voicemail’s Forever With Voice Mail Vault

  1. My husband told me not to answer the phone after I said my goodbyes to him on deployment day so he could leave me an encouraging voice mail to listen to while he was gone. Since then he has left 3 other voice mails that I dont want to loose so I had to put a reminder in my phone to check my voice mails & save them weekly. I get so scared that I’m going to accidently hit the delete button instead of save. This sounds like a great service! Thank you!

  2. Wow seeing this is awesome I know where I am investing my money now! If and when I miss deployments calls I will be saving them! <3 thank you!

  3. Wow! I wish I had k now about this during the last deployment! Some of my husband’s emails were just the sweetest, most heart felt things he’s ever said or shared with me and I wish there had been a way, back then, to save them for all time! I’m so happy that you shared this service with us so that we can all save those precious voices, feelings and emotional moments for the future! Thank you!

  4. This is something that needed to be around along time ago or if it has been well, I must say THANK YOU for showing us this information…I have voice mails from 2007 deployment that I have put on a small cassette tape that I can play when ever I am down it just so happens that I will be having a other deployment coming up making this deployment number 6 not to sure how many cassette tapes I will have but I know one thing for sure they truly our a blessing from GOD and bring me up when I am down and keep me fighting the fight when I feel there is no hope at all Thank You again

  5. This is such an awesome idea! I’ve always wanted to somehow permanently save all my husband’s voicemails, and now, I can!

  6. I actually used a service like this to save messages from my hubby a few months ago. It worked a little differently, they actually did all of the saving and recording of the messages and sent them to me on a CD. I think it was something like

    Its definitely priceless to have these messages saved.

    -Carmen :-)

  7. It doesn’t look like this company is in business anymore, but I found something amazing! I must have about 20-30 voicemails saved on my old fuddy duddy flip phone. I haven’t upgraded yet because if I did I would lose all my husbands sweet voice mails he has left me over the years.

    I found a company that will give you an hour of recording time (more than enough for my 20-30 voicemails) for only $19.99 it’s – It’s really easy to do too.

    I hope that helps :) xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

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