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SMS for voice?


T2Me. It’s a kind of push-to-talk voice chat software for mobile phones using GPRS. I’d say it looks like excellent tech except for the fact that there’s no pricing for it at the moment, which is important isn’t it? Anyway 2 cool things – one, it’s free for now and two, you can use it from a desktop PC too.

 T2Me is a Push-to-Talk system which converts your existing cellular phone into a virtual Walkie-Talkie; it lets you exchange voice messages with other T2Me users anywhere in the world simply by typing in their phone numbers and a button-push. T2Me is also available for desktop computers which creates countless possibilities.


  • Sounds like a version of these boys toy. I had a play with it a year or so ago. All very good stuff, but the phone OS lets it down.

    I’ve also used ‘proper’ PPT (PoC) and it just works soooooo much better.


  • PPT? PoC? Is that the same as PTT? :-) Mind you it seems like a reasonable compromise considering Push to Talk is hardly setting the world alight right now?

  • Urr, yes, sorry. PPT = PTT in ‘typo’ language and PoC = Push Over Cellular – the ‘official’ name for PTT.

    Here endeth the lesson.

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