Leave a Stealthy Break-Up Voice Mail With Slydial

Posted on July 30, 2008

SlydialThe Associated Press writes about a new service called Slydial that allows you to place a message directly in a person's cell phone voice mail without their phone ringing.
The old song had it right: Breaking up is hard to do. But a free new phone service called Slydial might make it easier to get through that and other awkward moments - without actually having to talk to anyone.

Slydial lets you connect directly with another person's cell phone voice mail, bypassing the traditional ringing process that often results - sometimes disastrously - with someone picking up on the other end.

Users call (267) SLY-DIAL from either a cell phone or a landline, and are prompted to enter another person's cell phone number.

After playing a short advertisement - unless users pay a subscription fee or 15 cents per call to skip ads - Slydial puts callers directly into their target's voice mail.
Breaking up via voice mail isn't a very nice thing to do. Have the guts to break up with your significant other in person. Show them some respect. This isn't really the specified purpose of Slydial but it is certainly something you could do with Slydial. They do mention here though that their service could be useful if you are dating multiple people.
Play the field more effectively.
You are dating quite a few people at the same time. You don't want to leave them all text messages because there is nothing romantic about that. But a nice voicemail to each would score you points.
Ok, that's pretty sly.

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