SpinVox, the founder of Voice-to-Screen messaging, announced today that it has signed a contract in Spain with the Vodafone network.
SpinVox converts a message spoken into a mobile phone into text and delivers it directly to the recipient as an SMS, ensuring call completion. When the recipient gets the SMS text message, they can easily reply with a single click with a call or a text message, stimulating call continuity.
The deal with Vodafone Spain marks the announcement of SpinVox sixth carrier announcement in 2007. SpinVox will announce 12 deals by the end of the year and forecasts a global subscriber base of at least six million in the first quarter of 2008.
SpinVox is the only voice to text service in the world with multilingual capability - Spanish, English, French and German.
Christina Domecq, co-founder and CEO, SpinVox said: "This deal is a compelling demonstration of how SpinVox Voice-to-Screen services can help solve communications issues faced by customers and Network Operators. SpinVox can produce new revenue streams from the millions of calls worldwide that do not complete. We also see this as a powerful new messaging tool which customers will enjoy using and which will stimulate call continuity, further building revenue streams."
SpinVox launched its foundation Voicemail-to-Text service in 2004 and with the introduction of a further seven world-first products, it has created a new category of messaging - Voice-to-Screen - delivering any voice message converted to text and delivering it to any screen.