Many of you have heard the buzz of the awesome mobile service called TwitterFone on TechCrunch, CNET News, VoIP Now, Silicon Valley Watcher, and many more.

TwitterFone is free service that lets you update your Twitter feed using your voice from any mobile or cell phone. You call it, speak your tweet, and hang up. A short while later, your tweet will be posted on Twitter. TwitterFone was founded by Pat Phelan, Florian Seroussi, and David Marcus.

Our friends at TwitterFone were very kind to give us 10 TwitterFone invite codes. The first ten (10) people that email the special TwitterFone email address, will receive an invite. If you don’t get an invite, I will try to get more. Stay tuned!

UPDATE: I am all out of invites. If you would like invites, please talk to Pat Phelan or Florian Seroussi over Twitter. Thanks!

6 thoughts on “TwitterFone

  1. I love Twitterfone because it saves me typing, and because I’m cheap: I never use all my minutes, but text messages cost me.

    I like it better than Jott for tweeting, simply because there’s less “work” involved. Both had early transcription issues (I used tongue twisters to test; see twitter history) but both seem to do a reasonable job now.

    The one downside of Twitterfone for some people, that I know of, is that you can’t turn off links back to the Twitterfone website and/or the link to the audio original. (I would say, just text directly instead, in that case.)

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