announces the release of its Unlimited SMS texting service using your DUO home phone number. netTALK customers can now send and receive SMS text messages from the netTALK Text Android app by logging in with their DUO credentials for SMS texting. Even while traveling internationally customers can still send and receive SMS text to and from the U.S. & Canada (where Wi-Fi or 3G/ 4G access is available).
“The addition of this app further enhances the entire netTALK experience and our innovation underscores why we are the fastest growing company in the nation’s fastest growing industry,” said Cedric Guillory, netTALK’s Senior Director of Marketing. We’re always looking to add feature packed products at an affordable price. With our new netTALK Text Android app with unlimited SMS texting, no contracts and no monthly bills, we are doing just that!” Guillory did emphasize that at this time the app is for SMS texting only and does not work with images or attachments, but it comes with the following features and that an iOS (Apple) version will be released soon.
netTALK Text Android App Features:
- Works on 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi
- Supports Android tablets
- Push Notification for new messages
- Sound Notifications for new messages
- Easily call any contact from a conversation
- Easily search specific words in conversations
- Sync with native contacts
- Voice-to-Text Message Creation (if supported by device)
- Saved conversations so you can sign in to multiple devices
“Even when your device is off you will receive offline messages; the app automatically saves them for you,“ added Guillory. “To take advantage of this outstanding app you must have a netTALK DUO account."
Download the free netTALK Text app at Google Play, Amazon App Store (Kindle Fire Edition) and sign up to start making Unlimited SMS text messages today!
The Company also recently announced its “Season to Celebrate” promotion offering a $10 Free International Credit with the purchase of any DUO device direct or from any local or online retailer. The promotion runs through Christmas Day (Dec. 25, 2012).