People who want to have songs in the voicemail messages they send, but who are too uncoordinated to put their phone next to their stereo and hit “play” at the right time, can now shell out $1-$3 to use a licensed song from the Universal Music Group as their greeting on the GetABuz service. Seriously, have we hit the bottom of the barrel yet as far as ways that record companies can grub for money? I just hope this doesn’t mean that I’m finally going to get dinged with an infringement lawsuit for having that 15-second snippet of “Ignition (Remix)” as my outgoing voicemail message. []