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Dial2Do Gets Excited About Washington State's New Driving Law

By Jai C.S. June 30, 2008
Washington State’s new driving law makes it so that drivers must use hands free devices when communicating while driving. This new Washington State driving law takes effect in July 2008 and has created great business opportunity for companies like Dial2Do.
 
Dial2Do is a company that addresses hands-free technology and provides hands-free phone service that enables consumers to perform tasks by dialing a local number and speaking commands.
 
Dial2Do was recently announced as the Winner of Silicon Valley Association for Startup Entrepreneurs 2008 Award in the category of “Most Promising New Company.”
 
With Dial2Do commuters are able to handle daily tasks and maximize their productivity while in the car by using their voice over the phone to set reminders, send e-mail and text messages, initiate low-cost global calls via JAJAH, post updates to Twitter and Jaiku (Social networking and micro-blogging services), and have an RSS feed read to them.
 
Also, with their established strength in hands-free technology, Dial2Do is working with more partners to voice-activate many new online, content and contact services.
 
To use Dial2Do, drivers just call the Dial2Do Magic Phone Number and say aloud what they want to do. For example, to send a Text Message, the caller just says “Text,” and dictates the content of their text message. Dial2Do converts the caller’s speech and sends it as a regular text message.
 
Washington residents who sign up during July are guaranteed at least one full year of free access to the service, says the company. Furthermore, the service is completely ad-free.
 
Users wishing to sign up for the Dial2Do service can visit www.dial2do.com.
 
 
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