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RecordCellPhones Features RecordiaPro For Call Recording
A Google (News - Alert) search on recording mobile calls will yield plenty of articles on basic how-to’s, but the unfortunate circumstance is that every single instruction requires a decent amount of equipment. RecordCellPhones eliminates the need for equipment and allows the mobile user to record calls right from their mobile device.
RecordCellPhones.com, a provider of cell phone recording technology, is now featuring RecordiaPro which can record calls as MP3 files without the need of extraneous tools or gear.
RecordiaPro allows you to record all of your phone conversations, from any phone, whether you make or receive the call, without the need for extra hardware or software. After a phone call is recorded, the call recording is stored in an account management tool which is easily accessed 24/7 via the Web.
"RecordiaPro makes it easy for anyone to record cell phone calls," said a spokesperson for the site in a press release. "The service actually works with any phone - not just your cell phone - so you can actually record phone calls on any phone you wish, anywhere you are, and works regardless of service provider. Both sides of the call are recorded as a crystal clear MP3 and is available for playback or download immediately after the call has ended. There is absolutely nothing to attach to the phone itself - you simply sign up for an online account and you can begin recording your cell phone calls instantly."
Immediately after a recorded phone call ends, a file will be available in MP3 format in your RecordiaPro Account Manager for playback, download or to share with others. Phone (News - Alert) call information is 100% confidential.
RecordiaPro is available in three recording plans - 120 minutes (Bronze), 300 minutes (Silver) and 600 minutes (Gold). In addition to the RecordiaPro service, the site also features digital phone recorders and cell phone monitoring program resources.
Michelle Amodio is a TMCnet Contributor. She has years of experience in business and marketing. Previously, she worked in broadcast journalism and as an editor abroad in London, England for a privately owned magazine. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Chris DiMarco