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June 29, 2014 7:00 AM

At the tone, leave a what? Millennials loath to leave, or listen to, voice mail messages

The concept of leaving (and checking) voice mail is, to millennials, as obsolete as swing-dancing and playing NHL ’94 on Sega Genesis. That red number on their iPhones announcing how many voice mail messages are waiting? Ignored. The recording? Instantly deleted. Mike’s oral-to-aural disaster? Averted.

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