This is not an acceptable answer, policy or proper customer service. I've got family and friend using brandnew Samsung cell phones over ATT and Verizon, including one using an A50, who get voicemail notifications just fine over wifi. This seems to be a way xfinity can charge users for additional data. This constitutes false advertising since a prime Xfinity advertisement for Xfinity cell service is that users can use Xfinity wifi, and the A50's calling over wifi. Calling over wifi does work, so there's no reason notifications of voicemail doesn't work. I don't care that Xfinity won't give visual voicemail over wifi - even though Google does give notification of Google voicemail and even transcibes messages to email. But not getting ANY notification that I've a pending Xfinity voicemail is not acceptable. Having no way of knowing that a call's been missed unless I constantly phone Xfinity voicemail is just wrong on Xfinity's part. The only other way to get notification of a voicemail, when data is not an option, is to call forward to Google voicemail. So, interesting that Google voicemail gives notification when using wifi and not data on a phone that Xfinity claims isn't able to get voicemail notification except through data due to Android. Well, you do know that Android is Google don't you? I suggest Xfinity solve this issue.
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