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Direct Assist for Windows Mobile Smartphone
Posted on 6-Nov-2004 17:00 | Tags Filed under: Software


Direct Assist for Windows Mobile Smartphone
On the run? Need a phone number fast? Sick of paying for expensive operator assisted services? Direct Assist® is the answer you've been looking for. The Direct Assist full service provides you with:

  • Access to USA, Canadian, Australian, Malaysian and UK third party web based directory services,
  • A cost effective alternative to using traditional directory services,
  • All software updates for the term of your subscription, and
  • Future/Additional directory releases.

    Direct Assist is a straightforward search tool that allows you to access multiple third party web based directories from around the world via your Windows Mobile powered device (Pocket PC or Smartphone).

    While the Direct Assist software currently covers USA, Australia, Canada and UK, it will shortly expand to cover new third party web based directories in countries such as Germany.

    When operating in Direct Assist Mode, Direct Assists can eliminate expensive operator assisted directory assistance calls and cumbersome phone books with the convenience of retrieving the numbers you need at your fingertips 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    The service is available in 143425 3 months and 130351 12 months subscription plans.






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