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Use DialMyCalls And Comply With New 2013 TCPA Rule Changes

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As of October 16, 2013 the FCC and TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) have revised the rules in place regarding unwanted autodialed and/or robocalls.

 

We met with the FCC and are under the impression that the majority of DialMyCalls members do not need to worry much when it comes to the new TCPA regulations as they have been and will remain in compliance. Members such as churches, non-profits, sports leagues and other organizations that utilize our voice and text message broadcasting service to send out "informational calls" need not worry - the new changes directly target telemarketers and sales calls.

You should still make sure that you have expressed permission when calling members of your school or organization and always have an opt-out procedure in place. This way people who no longer wish to receive your messages can be removed from your contact lists and added into your DialMyCalls "Do-Not-Contact" list.

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DialMyCalls Launches Weekly Contest

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Members and fans of DialMyCalls now have a chance to win some sweet swag each week with our brand new weekly contest.

Would you like to win some free stuff each and every week? DialMyCalls has officially launched our weekly contest that gives our members and social media fans a chance at some great prizes. We have ordered a ton of new swag that is ready to be given away. How can you enter each week for a chance to win?

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Santa Calls Return To Spread Cheer During 2012 Christmas Season

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DialMyCalls is proud to announce that our free Santa Calls will be returning for the 2012 Christmas season.

The holiday season has officially started and with that comes the return of our extremely popular Santa Calls. Last year DialMyCalls launched our free personalized calls from Santa Claus which were amazingly successful. Parents all across the country expressed to us how much they appreciated our partnership with Santa and their kids were thrilled when good ole' Saint Nick called them with a personalized message.

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DialMyCalls Team Takes On Tough Mudder 2012 in Austin, Texas

 

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The team at DialMyCalls will be flying from sunny South Florida to Austin, Texas in October to participate in Tough Mudder 2012.

Deemed as "probably the toughest event on the planet," Tough Mudder is a 12 mile long obstacle course that tests endurance, physical strength and the ability to overcome fears such as running through a field of electrified wires - I hear that one is a real shocker. In October, DialMyCalls and our staff will be traveling to Austin, Texas to participate in Tough Mudder 2012 - it will surely be an experience that we will never forget.

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DialMyCalls How To: Voice And SMS API Integration

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DialMyCalls.com is proud to announce the release of our brand new voice API and SMS API.

Start growing your new or existing web applications by using our brand new voice API and SMS API. Easily integrate our mass notification system into your web app and start reaping the benefits of our extensive voice/text message capabilities.

Upon release of the DialMyCalls API the functions that are being supported are the following: voice broadcast, text message, polling, advanced call features, contact list / recording management, detailed call reporting, and two-way SMS.

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DialMyCalls How To: Monthly Voice Message Plan vs. Automated Call Credits

What is the difference between our Monthly plans and our call credit plans? 

 
DialMyCalls offers two different types of paid plans for our mass notification system. The first option we offer is the ability to purchase call credits. Our other option allows users to sign up for a monthly plan at a discounted rate. What is the difference between the two payment options? 
 
Let's discuss our call credits and how they work with our mass notification system. One call credit purchased at DialMyCalls allows you to send one 30 second voice message or one text message to one person on your contact list. If you wanted to send a minute long message to one person, that would cost you an extra call credit, making it 2 credits. Automated calling credits start at 7 cents Per Credit and depending on how many you purchase at once can get as low as 3.5 cents Per Credit. 
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