Archive for the ‘Phone’ Category

Callwave To Launch Voice-to-Text Service Monday

June 21, 2007

Callwave, one of the original Internet voicemail systems, will be offering the official version of its vTXT voice-to-text service on Monday, ending the beta testing phase[it’s still beta]. The service is two-fold, offering SMS summaries of voicemail messages as well as a full email message. There are no “live operators” involved, thus ensuring privacy. I gave it a whirl this morning and the service performed, ummm… acceptably?”


An Easy Way To Record Your Phone Conversations

June 13, 2007

“…can’t remember what you did 5 minutes ago…anyway, just find a reason because Logitec announces the LIC-TRA056SD, an audio MP3 voice recorder that can be plugged directly to your telephone and is equipped with 128MB of flash memory (worth 50hrs of blabla).”


Record Your Phone Conversations

May 26, 2007

Free Conference now has a free audio recording service. You can record any phone call while you make it. Both outgoing and incoming voices. (You must tell people you are recording them.) I’m using this on all my teleseminars now. I’m not sure if it’s digital or not, but I believe it is.

Audio Acrobat does the same thing, plus they have a transcription service that goes along with it for an extra (but reasonable) fee.
So these are backups. And they can easily become MP3s.”


Website: Bringo – No More Waiting To Talk To A Human

May 16, 2007

“Bringo is the cure for the common phone tree. Anybody who has called a credit card company or an airline, wanting to speak to an actual person knows it is not an easy task. I know that it can be very frustrating always getting sent to another automated operator, when all you want is to ask a question, or get an answer. Bringo saves you the hassle of waiting to get a human voice on the other end of the phone. You select the company you would like to call from a large list of companies on Bringo’s web page. After entering your phone number, Bringo will call you back with a person from the company on the phone for you to talk to.”


Free Unlimited Calls From The US To Any Of The Countries Listed

May 15, 2007

Can I really make unlimited calls?

Yes! We do not charge you anything to make this call. By joining our call club you are entitled to make unlimited calls to the ten numbers you have registered.

Where Can I Call?

Our club service allows you to make unlimited calls from the US to any of the countries listed below: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil (Rio De Janerio), Canada, China, Christmas & Coco’s Island, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (Warsaw), Portugal, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, UK and USA.

More countries coming soon.

What’s The Catch?

No catch! No gimmicks, nothing!

How Do I Use Your Service?

Register your number and ten overseas numbers you call regularly in this format, country code and local number. Once registered you will enjoy unlimited calls to your ten friends. Register now!


Gaboogie, The Conference That Calls You

May 7, 2007

“While they can’t eliminate the actual conference calls themselves, the founders of a new service called Gaboogie want to help reduce the administrative headaches of setting up and conducting conference calls, starting with a feature that calls the participants directly.”


Verizon Voice Activated Call Routing

May 6, 2007

“Beyond personal use, thinking of company customer service inbound call handling, this could be a friendly way to handle tiered service levels (opposed to punching in some user ID or code). For example, in the airline industry, a voice recognition differentiator that identifies Platinum members could pass them to the agent that gets a call every 5 minutes instead of every 30 seconds.”


Free Windows IP PBX

February 16, 2007

3CX Phone System for Windows  is a software-based IP PBX that replaces a traditional proprietary hardware PBX / PABX. 3CX’s IP PBX has been developed specifically for Microsoft Windows and is based on the SIP standard – making it easier to manage and allowing you to use any SIP phone (software or hardware). A software-based IP PBX / PABX offers numerous benefits:

  • No need for separate phone wiring – phones use computer network
  • Easier to install & manage via web-based configuration interface
  • A software-based IP PBX is far less expensive then a hardware-based PBX / PABX
  • Employees can move offices without requiring any changes in the wiring or IP PBX configuration
  • Choose from the many SIP based hardware phones instead of getting locked in with one vendor
  • Receive & Make calls via the standard PSTN using VOIP Gateways
  • Save on call costs using any SIP VOIP service or WAN

Take a product tour or download the free edition today and break free from your proprietary PBX!”