Coca-Cola Workers No Longer Have To Listen To Voice Mails And We're All Jealous

Voice mail is dying, and the worlds largest soda maker just pounded another nail in its coffin.

As of last month, most employees at Coca-Colas Atlanta headquarters and its technology plaza nearby no longer have access to voice mail on their office phones. The soda giant gave workers the option to shut off their voice mail with the goal of changing the tools and methods in which we communicate as a company, Amanda Roesster, a Coca-Cola spokeswoman, wrote in an email. Just 6 percent of workers opted to keep getting voice mails, she wrote.