New slydial services

Courtney Carlisle
BlackBerry Addict from  Los Angeles, CA
| July 22, 2008

We all do it. There is one call that you have to make that you keep putting off until tomorrow, and then the next day. Well, now, you can try Slydial, a new service that lets you connect directly with another person's cell phone voice mail, bypassing the traditional ringing process that often results -- sometimes disastrously -- with someone picking up on the other end.

Users call (267) SLY-DIAL from either a cell phone or a landline, and are prompted to enter another person's cell phone number.

After playing a short advertisement -- unless users pay a subscription fee or 15 cents per call to skip ads -- Slydial puts callers directly into their target's voice mail.

Recipients should then get a voice mail notification, and sometimes they will see a caller's number show up as a missed call, too.
Go ahead, give it a dial: 1-267-SLY-DIAL (1-267-759-3425)

Via Associated Press