- March 18, 2003
- James Siminoff, Mark Dillon
- Closed, Date Unknown
- New York, NY
- SimulScribe operates PhoneTag, a voice-to-text service that converts voicemail into text messages and sends them to mobile phones or emails.
SimulScribe operates PhoneTag, a voice to text service. To be precise, PhoneTag converts your voicemail into text messages and then sends them directly to your mobile phone, Blackberry, and/or your email account.
Users are able to quickly see who has called and what they said, whether they are sitting in a business meeting or traveling on the road. The user's voicemail functionality does not change; it can still be listened to and stored for later use. PhoneTag works with all Major U.S. carriers and networks including: AT&T, Alltell, Sprint, Skype, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Virgin.
In September 2009 SimulScribe entered a strategic relationship with Ditech Networks, in which Ditech became the exclusive global marketing and sales partner for SimulScribeâ€™s voice-to-text (VTT) applications to service providers and enterprises.
Check out PhoneTag's bold marketing moves (spamming) on TechCrunch readers.
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