Callwave will change your phone system

I love Callwave. Here you get to see what it does that makes your phone much more useful.

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22 thoughts on “Callwave will change your phone system

  1. I’ve been using Callwave for several months now (since early beta) after having written a review of the service, and I love it.

  2. I’ve been using Callwave for several months now (since early beta) after having written a review of the service, and I love it.

  3. Hello,

    I haven’t received an answer to my question or I don’t know how to access the answer.
    Will you help?

    Ivan

  4. Hello,

    I haven’t received an answer to my question or I don’t know how to access the answer.
    Will you help?

    Ivan

  5. I have been a user of your mobile phone service for a couple of years. I don’t subscribe to CALLWAVE any longer since I don’t have dial-up connection. I would like to continue on with my phone and be able to use your new service that you’re advertising. How do I go about signing up? Is it necessary to have CALLWAVE when I don’t need it with DSL to get your new service.

  6. I have been a user of your mobile phone service for a couple of years. I don’t subscribe to CALLWAVE any longer since I don’t have dial-up connection. I would like to continue on with my phone and be able to use your new service that you’re advertising. How do I go about signing up? Is it necessary to have CALLWAVE when I don’t need it with DSL to get your new service.

  7. I’m a product manager at CallWave and would like to clarify how our service works as per John’s request.

    We do not require the use of a new phone number, instead we utilize the Conditional Call Forwarding and Busy Call Forwarding features already provided by most mobile phone carriers.

    To activate our service, you simply dial an activation number as if you were calling someone.

    Example: *717756651234 (each carrier’s code is different and can be found on our website).

    If somebody calls you on your cell phone, and you don’t answer, the call forwards to CallWave. CallWave records the message, shows it on your computer, and sends notification to your mobile phone and email. With Vtxt GIST, you can even get the GIST of a message sent as a text message to your phone.

    You can then listen to your messages in your email, on the PhonePage, or through widgets compatible with Apple, Google, Yahoo!, and Vista. By dialing your own number, you can listen to your messages in the same way you’re used to listening to them, on your phone.

    Each of these features is free and can be found at http://www.callwave.com.

  8. I’m a product manager at CallWave and would like to clarify how our service works as per John’s request.

    We do not require the use of a new phone number, instead we utilize the Conditional Call Forwarding and Busy Call Forwarding features already provided by most mobile phone carriers.

    To activate our service, you simply dial an activation number as if you were calling someone.

    Example: *717756651234 (each carrier’s code is different and can be found on our website).

    If somebody calls you on your cell phone, and you don’t answer, the call forwards to CallWave. CallWave records the message, shows it on your computer, and sends notification to your mobile phone and email. With Vtxt GIST, you can even get the GIST of a message sent as a text message to your phone.

    You can then listen to your messages in your email, on the PhonePage, or through widgets compatible with Apple, Google, Yahoo!, and Vista. By dialing your own number, you can listen to your messages in the same way you’re used to listening to them, on your phone.

    Each of these features is free and can be found at http://www.callwave.com.

  9. Robert,
    I really like these new voicemail to text companies – made for mobile phones. There is also Simulscribe.com ($9.95 per month for 40 voicemails). What is great about these niche companies is that they provide services not provided for by the carriers. For example, my mobile carrier’s voicemail does not provide text message notices, does not send my voicemails in my email like with my VoIP phone, or does not let me listen to the voicemail in realtime like with VoIP.

    It is also nice to be able to have the traditional mobile carrier services provided by niche providers like having 411-information move from a human that costs $1.50 to 800-Google with a TellMe-like voice for no charge, which I prefer. If Callware does not make it (which I am sure they will because of your post!), there will be others right behind them in this voicemail niche.

  10. Robert,
    I really like these new voicemail to text companies – made for mobile phones. There is also Simulscribe.com ($9.95 per month for 40 voicemails). What is great about these niche companies is that they provide services not provided for by the carriers. For example, my mobile carrier’s voicemail does not provide text message notices, does not send my voicemails in my email like with my VoIP phone, or does not let me listen to the voicemail in realtime like with VoIP.

    It is also nice to be able to have the traditional mobile carrier services provided by niche providers like having 411-information move from a human that costs $1.50 to 800-Google with a TellMe-like voice for no charge, which I prefer. If Callware does not make it (which I am sure they will because of your post!), there will be others right behind them in this voicemail niche.

  11. The guy never answered your question as to how their service works? Do you get a new phone # and people have to use that phone number, and that phone # is a proxy so the company is able to record a copy of your voice messages, etc…?

  12. The guy never answered your question as to how their service works? Do you get a new phone # and people have to use that phone number, and that phone # is a proxy so the company is able to record a copy of your voice messages, etc…?

  13. Your blog has become like the shopping network. In case you missed it, in conjunction with earnings, Callwave announced a lay off of a large chunk of their technical staff which is somehow supposed ‘to support the Company’s strategic growth initiatives and channel development.’

    I doubt investors or those effected by the lay offs are laughing as heartily as your guest. Why not ask some relevant questions instead of hosting demos?

  14. Your blog has become like the shopping network. In case you missed it, in conjunction with earnings, Callwave announced a lay off of a large chunk of their technical staff which is somehow supposed ‘to support the Company’s strategic growth initiatives and channel development.’

    I doubt investors or those effected by the lay offs are laughing as heartily as your guest. Why not ask some relevant questions instead of hosting demos?

  15. I’m curious if anyone else is unable to sign up. I’ve repeatedly received the error message “Sorry, please enter a valid mobile phone number” over the last hour. I’ve tried using Safari and Firefox in OS X, IE in Windows. The area codes are Canadian – 778 and 604 – neither worked.

  16. I’m curious if anyone else is unable to sign up. I’ve repeatedly received the error message “Sorry, please enter a valid mobile phone number” over the last hour. I’ve tried using Safari and Firefox in OS X, IE in Windows. The area codes are Canadian – 778 and 604 – neither worked.

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