Chantilly, VA (PRWEB) December 7, 2005
Ring4Freedom, a new service promising to free its users from unwanted, unnecessary, or awkward conversations, is now available for cell phones, Blackberrys, desk phones, wall phones, or pagers; Ring4Freedom is also accessible from any computer.
The premise behind Ring4Freedom is simple. Instead of being stuck, helpless, in an annoying, uncomfortable conversation, Ring4Freedom users can conveniently and discreetly “receive a call” and remove themselves from the situation. The simple press of a hotkey activates Ring4Freedom and gives users an instant ticket to freedom. Ring4Freedom is ideal for getting out of boring meetings, uncomfortable conversations, and blind dates.
Ring4Freedom operates from a computer desktop, from a mobile phone, and even by calling the toll-free Ring4Freedom 1-800 number. From a computer desktop, users simply hit the Hotkey Control + D, and their phone rings instantly – or they can schedule a ring to interrupt any situation, any time. This convenient scheduling is also available from the Ring4Freedom Web site itself, and works with any Web browser. When away from the computer, users can access Ring4Freedom from their mobile phone or by calling the toll-free 1-800 number. Mobile phone users simply type their phone number into the phone, set the time to receive a “call,” and they’re all set. The 1-800 number works in a similar manner – by calling in and touch toning their password, users’ phones will ring when they tell them to – this is especially helpful for blind dates.
Ring4Freedom is discreet, diplomatic, easy to use, and can get its users out of most awkward situations without anyone else knowing what’s going on. Ring4Freedom offers 100% reliability and includes unlimited usage. Prices start at $4.95/month and satisfaction is guaranteed.
To learn more, visit the Ring4Freedom Web site at http://www.ring4freedom.com.
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