Call Emails, not Phones !
Brussels, Ne (PRWEB) January 13, 2015
As a webapp, dialzoo runs straight from the browser (WebRTC), no installation required, no sign-up required. Type firstname.lastname@example.org into the browser’s address bar or in the form field of the dialzoo.me home page and a call is placed to email@example.com. Add a dialzoo link (firstname.lastname@example.org) to your website, social media post or email signature and anyone can call you instantly with a simple click.
As an iOS app, type email@example.com in the form field of the dialzoo.me home page and a call is placed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Click on a dialzoo link from an iPhone (e.g. email@example.com) and the app takes over to place the call.
Users who wish to receive the calls on their phone lines (landline or mobile) just link their phone number to their email address in dialzoo (App or Webapp); if not, the caller is invited to leave a dialzoo voicemail that will be forwarded to the recipient’s email inbox.
Calls are always free for the callers; receivers who wish to receive the calls on their phones simply add credits to their accounts (free credits available). Rates for receivers are extremely competitive and fixed irrespective of where the call originates from as dialzoo will route the calls from a local Point of Presence to the phone.
Uses for dialzoo are multiple: drop a voicemail to anyone in the world anytime; allow your customers or leads to call you for free (and at a very low cost to you) right from your website; receive calls on your phone without revealing your phone number; and call home from abroad for almost nothing; forget phone numbers, just remember the email address.
As the dialzoo Webapp uses WebRTC technology, the webapp is currently supported in Chrome and Firefox on desktops and in Chrome for Android for smartphones. iOS devices use the iOS app.