20th May 2012 | Comments
JAJAH has launched a new service that allows users to make calls by using Twitter. Twitter popularity demonstrates that people are looking for simple, short ways to connect globally. Now in beta, JAJAH’s new @Call service allows you to tweet your way to a call.
JAJAH gives short messages a voice. With the new JAJAH application, Twitter users can make free phone calls on their favorite microblogging service. JAJAH@Call allows you to make a free two minute call (the verbal equivalent of a tweet) to other JAJAH@Call users. It’s free, it’s easy and works no matter how you use Twitter, whether it’s on your cellphone, via Seesmic, TweetDeck, or any other way.
To initiate a call, you simply tweet a reply to the person you want to talk with and add the @call. For example, if you would like to call @username, tweet: “@call @username ”. Make sure there is a space between the two user names and that no additional text is added to your message. JAJAH will call you and your friend and connect the call.
Watch this demo to see how it works: