Verizon has a service that can create MP3s of your voicemails and e-mail them to you for a fee. I can't remember the name of the company, but it has been mentioned many times on this forum. If you call *611, they should be able to get you the information as well.
In the future, you might consider using a service like Google Voice or YouMail that gives you access to transcripts and recordings of your voicemails online.
Good morning, delusional2!
If you subscribe to Visual Voicemail you can typically save the file to your sounds or SD card depending on your device type. Otherwise, Verizon Wireless does partner with CBW Productions, a voicemail archiving company, to give you options to save your voicemail messages to CD, cassette or MP3. You can contact them with the above link or by calling 1-800-770-8046, or 1-877-244-3222., Monday-Friday 8AM-PM.