ArialPhone's Announces New Cell Phone Integration Kits
MUNDELEIN, IL - ArialPhone Corp., a provider of wireless communications devices and voice-enabling software, is now offering a new Cell Phone Integration Kit that equips professionals with a way to save phone costs while gaining mobility and productivity inside the workplace. Now available, the kit allows the use of standard cell phone service in combination with ArialPhone, the company's voice-activated, wireless Earset communications device. In addition, ArialPhone Corp. is also now offering a new Automatic Two-Line Switch Kit that provides multi-line communications for the ArialPhone device. ArialPhone is a communications product that allows users to place phone calls through a computer contact database (MS Outlook) -- by saying a person's name or phone number. Its hands-free Earset design enables users to move un-tethered as far as 150 to 300 feet from their PCs as they place and receive phone calls. Productivity and efficiency gains are realized because the user is able to perform automated contact management functions, such as voice dialing by name, while moving about the home or office. Because ArialPhone utilizes standard phone lines, no monthly service fees are directly involved. The Cell Phone Integration Kit makes it possible for both outbound and incoming cell phone calls to be conducted using ArialPhone, giving users more mobility and convenience inside the home or office than they could normally achieve through the use of a cell phone alone. At the same time, the kits take advantage of the fact that many cell phone plans offer lower rates than wired phone plans for both local and long distance calls, especially at night and on weekends. By setting up ArialPhone to default to the cell phone for outbound calls, users can leave their wired phone line free for incoming calls, thus saving money on local and long distance calling. "There are numerous advantages to integrating ArialPhone with a cell phone, particularly for those professionals who rely heavily on telecommunications to create and maintain strong business relationships," said Jim Alland, co-founder and CEO of ArialPhone Corp. "First, it is much more comfortable to wear the one-ounce ArialPhone Earset than to hold your cell phone to your head as you move about the home or office. Users can enjoy this comfort while also benefiting from the low rates on their cell phone calling plans."