T-Mobile gets StarStar Me vanity calling service

T-Mobile gets StarStar Me vanity calling service

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T-Mobile today began offering the StarStar Me vanity calling service, bringing personalized mobile phone numbers to the nation’s fourth largest provider. Available for $2.99 per month, the service lets users pick out a customized **NAME for handing out to friends and contacts. This way, others don’t need to memorize the 10-digit phone number.  All they need to do is dial **WHATEVER and it will ring through to you. What will you choose?  **ANDROID or **BAWSE?

With the StarStar Me app, available as a free download from Google Play and iTunes, StarStar Me subscribers have the option to automatically respond to calls with a custom text or pre-recorded message or send callers a link to a personal page that includes links to their blog, website, or social media accounts like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, as well as other contact info, which can easily be added into a mobile phone address book.

 

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1 Comment

  1. justdaven
    January 28, 14:25 Reply

    Is this really a thing? Nobody needs to remember phone numbers anymore, just pull it up in your contact list.

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