Comcast Corp. launched “Comcast Video Mail” to its high-speed-data subscribers Thursday.
The service allows customers to create video messages of up to 45 seconds in length using their PCs and webcams. Users can also send personalized video-greeting cards and share digital photos via narrated photo slideshows, the MSO said.
Comcast high-speed-data subscribers can access Comcast Video Mail with no addition charge.
“Comcast Video Mail offers our customers a new, powerful and poignant way to communicate how and when they want by combining the performance of our best-in-class network with one of today's most innovative, built-for-broadband applications,” Comcast Online senior vice president of marketing and business development Greg Butz said in a prepared statement.