May 10, 2011
Go800 Makes Dating Secure For Dating Americans
In an effort to make dating more secure and enjoyable for singles, Go800 has developed a secure Text-to-Talk service for American daters. The new service is designed to maintain the privacy of dating singles, who might not find it proper to share their phone numbers with strangers.
In a press release, Go800 explained how the new service will help the daters to avoid the odds in a relationship that has just started blooming.
The new text-to-talk service from Go800 allows singles to register their Twitter name with Go800 and link that keyword to any phone number, including mobile phone, land-line, or Google (News - Alert) Voice number. The "Go800 enabled," daters can give their keyword name to love interests, instead of their phone number. Now the caller can reach to them by simply texting [keyword] to 46800 (Go800). The dater’s phone will start ringing within seconds and connect him or her to the callers.
In the release, the service provider said that singles can Go800 enable their keyword name online com or by going to the mobile application, texting the keyword APP to 46800, or scanning the Go800 QR Code. The first 100 minutes of talk time per month are free.
Singles often exchange their phone numbers after physically meeting at parties, churches, events and so on. Go800 service claims to provide a "blind" method of chatting through text-to-talk keywords to daters who want to communicate by voice.
In a statement, the co-founder of Go800 Ike Sutton maintained that both men and women can benefit from its service.
“Go800 gives singles throughout the United States an amazing opportunity to be more confident, successful, and secure about meeting that special someone. Women like our service because it protects their phone number and men really appreciate that they never have to worry about losing a woman's number ever again. It's a perfect love match!” Sutton remarked in a statement.
Earlier this month, GoIP Global, Inc., the parent company of Go800, announced the download availability of public betas of GoBox applications.
Madhubanti Rudra is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves