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March 30, 2007

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» Click To Call - Relevance? from Symbian-Guru.com
This is more of a blog-maintenance post again, but has some mobile relevance. Andy Abramson of VoIP Watch, has some interesting thoughts on the Click-To-Call button that was on his site. I've considered putting something similar on my sidebar. I [Read More]

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Touraj

Hi Andy,

I hear you completely that click-to-call solutions need to have intelligence and relevance. And that is why we created jaxtr, a social communications company.

The "intelligence" part of jaxtr comes from the fact that it allows you to easily manage which calls can ring your phone and which calls shall go to voicemail to be screened by you. Also, we have sophistication built into our backend that detects and prevents spam before it hits your phone/voicemail.

The "relevance" part of jaxtr comes from the fact that it uses click-to-call as a convenient way to distribute a local phone number to your callers, so that anyone that clicks on your jaxtr widget online gets a local phone number for you added to their phone.

Give it a try and let us know whether this is coming closer to your vision of where this industry should head towards :)

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