Thursday, April 10, 2008

SlyDial to the rescue

There's a new service out there that can connect you directly into someone's mobile voice mail, called SlyDial. I couldn't get more into this SlyDial service, because it's for US & Canada phone only. So if you're in one of those particular lucky country, you could just call 267-SLY-DIAL (it's 759-3425) to use it. Josh Lowensohn (WebWare) have reported that the SlyDial service works with AT&T, Sprint & Verizon mobile wireless carriers.
This is what Josh describe on how you can use SlyDial to save the day: "One rung down from having a friend call you to get out of a bad date is SlyDial, a new service that lets you send people voice mail messages without actually having to call them. Yes such a feature exists if someone legitimately leaves you a voice mail (giving you the option to leave a voice mail reply), but SlyDial lets you skip that first step by simply sending them the message as you would an SMS message. It's tricky, it's evil--I love it." Josh also mentioned that SlyDial is planning service plans for software application that can connect to your mobile phone's contact list, read his full review
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