- What’s the difference between VOICE mail and VOICE SMS?
- Is my recording going to be converted to text/sms?
- Is it an SMS?
- How much it costs?
- What if the other person does not have a smart-phone or this app?
- How long can a message be?
- Can I send one message to more than one person?
- Do I need an internet/data connection?
1. What’s the difference between VOICE mail and VOICE SMS?
VoiceSMS is recorded on your phone and sent to a recipients phone. He/she gets it in his/her phone inbox. VoiceMAIL, on the other hand, is a voice message recorded to a server. The recipient has to call a specific number where he can listen to all his/her messages. This means he/she has to know that number and listen to voice instructions on how to retrieve the message.
2. Is my recording going to be converted to text/sms?
NO, your message is recorded, packed in a VOICESMS and sent to selected recipient(s) phone. The recipient opens your message and listens to your VOICESMS.
3. Is it an SMS?
NO, technologically speaking the app uses MMS (multimedia messaging system) that all mobile operators/carriers offer.
4. How much it costs?
It costs you as much as any other MMS. Charges depend on your mobile carrier/operator and price-plan/tariff. Check you specific plan at your operator/carrier for more details.
5. What if the other person does not have a smart-phone or this app?
COOL, no problem. Most phones (old and new) can play VOICESMS files.
6. How long can a message be?
TRY it out:) It should be no problem to send a message of 4min at least. It might also depend on MMS settings that your mobile carrier uses, but this should not be a problem.
7. Can I send one message to more than one person?
YES, of course. Select more than one recipient and it is going to be sent to all of them.
8. Do I need an internet/data connection?
Your phone uses a dedicated data connection to for sending MMS-es, so you need to be in an area with data coverage. But this is not a connection to the internet, which means that no data charges, beside those for sending an MMS, should be charged to you.