Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2007
Phonevite™, a division of Ifonoclast, Inc., a Next-Gen Internet communications company, today announced the launch of a new service that allows people to send invitations and announcements over the phone for free. Using just the web, users can record their own messages and send them to multiple phone numbers, both landline and mobile. Traditionally, phone broadcasting services were reserved to large organizations, because of the complexity and cost of the service. However, leveraging the latest in Web 2.0 and VoIP technology, Phonevite™ has developed an easy, simple and free way for communicating to many people over the phone at once.
"Using email to communicate with many is no longer a reliable method because of the deluge of spam mail. Also, the person might not check the email on time. Phonevite™ allows you to make sure that everyone is informed in a timely manner, and in a personal way, with your own voice," says John Nahm, Co-Founder and CEO of Phonevite™/Ifonoclast™. "All you need to do is record and enter the phone numbers at phonevite.com. Then, press SEND and our State-of-the-Art VoIP servers will make all the calls for you and play the message for your friends, family and/or associates to hear."
For those who don't have a PC headset or microphone, Phonevite™ provides a way to record the message on the phone as well. Additionally, the service offers the capability to capture RSVP responses and voice messages back from the recipients of the message. Users then go online to phonevite.com to track the results of their calls and to check the corresponding responses.
Phonevite™ is ideal for group leaders who need to communicate with their group members. Some examples are:
- School Principals/Teachers who need to communicate with students and parents.
- Sports coaches who need to get in touch with their players regarding the practices and games.
- Pastors and Youth Group Leaders who plan church events.
Phonevite™/Ifonoclast™ was founded by pioneers in internet communications, who worked in Engineering and Product Marketing at Dialpad, a leading Silicon Valley VoIP venture that was acquired by Yahoo! in 2005. The company plans to expand its service with several innovative group communications features that will complement the current Phonevite™ service.
Phonevite™ is a division of Ifonoclast, Inc., a Next-Generation Internet communications company that empowers people to communicate in ways never done before. Ifonoclast is currently focusing in enabling one-to-many communications for everyone, not just large corporations. The company is privately-held and is based in Los Angeles, CA. To find out more information or to try the new service, go to http://www.phonevite.com.
press @ ifonoclast.com
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