Party Line Connect Offers New Features for Calendaring and Display Listings on Blogging and Social Networking Websites for User-Generated Telephone Party Lines

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Party Line Connect, (http://www.PartyLineConnect.com) the user-generated telephone party line service, has launched two new features available to users for integrated calendaring and listing displays of telephone party lines on blogs and social networking websites.

Party Line Connect, (http://www.PartyLineConnect.com) the user-created telephone party line service, has launched two new features available to users. The new features are:

"Add to Calendar" feature: Each party line listing that has a scheduled time for participants to dial in on the website now has an "add to your calendar" icon. The icons for Microsoft's Outlook, Apple's iCal, Google Calendar and Yahoo Calendar are now displayed in party lines with a scheduled time at PartyLineConnect.com. Site users can easily click on their preferred calendar application and input the listing information to remind them when to dial in to a scheduled telephone party line event.

"Add to Third-Party Website" feature: Party line organizers and participants can now view the listing of a telephone party line on PartyLineConnect.com and cut-and-paste the published HTML code for a listing to embed on a third-party website page, such as MySpace, Facebook and Friendster social networking profiles or blogs. The listing information for a party line relevant to person's interests in a profile or a publisher's editorial interest can now be embedded and displayed on other websites.

About Party Line Connect

Party Line Connect (http://www.PartyLineConnect.com) provides user-created directory listings of telephone party lines for like-minded people to dial-in and talk about shared interests as a group. An organizer with a particular topic in mind can set up a party line listing on the website in seconds. For instance, someone can organize a party line about the "Music Scene in Austin" and include searchable keyword tags, intended geographic preferences and age ranges for this party line community. The party lines are public, able to be called 24/7, and the organizer does not have to be on the call for others to call in and have discussions on the phone. A call to the party line number is a regular toll call in the United States, and effectively free on calling plans that are flat-rate. The use of the bridging technology joining callers together on the party line is free. Callers simply "dial in" to the party line phone number in a given listing and enter the passcode to join other callers. There are no hidden charges or surcharges of any kind.

Party Line Connect is published by Tego Networks.

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