DialMyCalls Sends Voicemail to Multiple Recipients [Telephony]

29 Nov/08

Web service DialMyCalls sends mass telephone messages to a user-defined group. If you’ve ever been part of a phone tree that, for example, spreads word that your softball game has been called off, you can see how a service like DialMyCalls could come in handy. Rather than requiring you to place several calls to get information out to a large group, DialMyCalls lets you record a message and then send that message off to any size group (with a max limit of 25 people using their free service). DialMyCalls is impressively smart, too.

It detects voicemail and answering machines and doesn’t start the message until the voicemail will record the whole thing; it can email the message to recipients in addition to playing the message back in a phone call; and it even lets you set the caller ID that recipients will see so you can make sure they call the right number if they need to follow up. A free account gets you one group call per day to up to 25 people, while their premium accounts offer unlimited calls and recipients. For a similar service that works via SMS, try previously mentioned Tatango.


(Fonte: Lifehacker)

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