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Old 02-26-2009, 02:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it worth it? Does anyone know if those premium rates last after the inital month(per use) or year? I'd almost consider picking up the year if I could get it for a fixed rate. Otherwise the per use seems like a better deal... Thoughts?
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I've never heard of it. What is it?
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connects you to someone's elses voicemail??? you can call their phone, hit * or #, and then type in the password. and they charge 14 a year for this??


why would u need this anyways?
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i am outraged at this news. unreal! slydial is pretty nifty.....basically, you open the app and it takes you to your address book. select the contact you want, and when you call them, it will go straight to that person's voicemail without making their phone ring.

loads of practical uses for this type of feature (returning people's calls that you really don't want to speak to over the phone, calling in sick for work, etc.) i can't imagine having to use this more than a handful of times per year, but hey, you never know!
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It is a nifty app... they are running a 50% off price right now. BUT, I tried it with my buddy next to me and his phone rang for just a quarter of a second. IMO, that is bad.
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yeah, that is bad. i've never put it to the test like that. definitely not paying a dime for this app....
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unfortunately, i paid. it is still pretty cool, but that momentary ring defeats the purpose to some degree.
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