1. Ryan Blundell's Avatar
    SimulScribe, the leader in voicemail-to-text services and visual voicemail applications, announced today the launch of its' award winning voicemail-to-text service in Canada.

    SimulScribe's service works with all major Canadian carriers and is free until January 15, 2008. SimulScribe enables any individual or enterprise to stop listening to voicemail and start saving time and money by reading it.

    Customers can instantly add SimulScribe to their mobile, home and work phones by signing up at www.simulscribe.com/canada. SimulScribe's Canadian service enables users to unify all of their phone lines; mobile, home, work to one unlimited voicemail box.

    SimulScribe then converts each message to text and sends to the customer as an email, SMS text. The message is also viewable through SimulScribe's web portal. SimulScribe is the only company in Canada offering full transcription of voicemail as well as delivery via email, a critical feature for BlackBerry users.

    "We are excited to finally roll out SimulScribe to all major Canadian carriers, giving more people and businesses access to voicemail-to-text services in Canada than any other company," said James Siminoff, founder and CEO of SimulScribe. "It doesn't matter what Canadian or U.S. network you're on; if you want to freedom from voicemail and real unified messaging, you can have it with SimulScribe."

    SimulScribe's Canadian service works with over 95 percent of Canada's carriers (Including Bell Canada, Telus and Rogers) and office phone systems, enabling customers to read voicemail instead of having to dial in and listen to it. SimulScribe was recently rated as having the highest transcription quality by Information Week. Since launching its commercial service in
    January 2007, SimulScribe has received numerous awards: two coveted Four Star Ratings from PC Magazine, The Business 2.0 Next Net 25 Award and Laptop Magazine's Mobile Mavericks Award.
    12-12-07 12:09 PM