SpoofTel - The World's Leader in Caller ID Spoofing releases new "Tweet for Minutes" app
International caller ID spoofing company, SpoofTel has released its new "Tweet for Minutes" application available for free at http://www.spooftel.com/twitter/
January 7, 2010 (Newswire.com) - International caller ID spoofing company, SpoofTel has released its new "Tweet for Minutes" application available for free at http://www.spooftel.com/twitter/.
To celebrate, SpoofTel is giving away 10 free minutes to anyone who Tweets about SpoofTel. You can find premade Tweets on the SpoofTel website www.spooftel.com.
Created in 2004, SpoofTel has been providing caller ID spoofing for over half a decade and is now the longest running spoofing provider on the web. Caller ID spoofing allows you to change what someone sees on their call display when you call them. Instead of displaying your real number or blocking your number, you can choose any number that you want to display.
This service has become popular with everyone from celebrities, private investigators and bounty hunters, to individuals who just want to protect their privacy. "There are many reasons for wanting to keep your phone number private," states Fredrick Muller, spokesman for SpoofTel. "If you are a celebrity, or someone who wants to maintain anonymity, spoofing allows you to conceal your real phone number without having to block it completely."
This new application was created for existing SpoofTel members as a way to earn 10 free minutes for just tweeting their friends, and as an easy way for nonmembers to join their friends.
Over the years, SpoofTel has added options such as voice changing, call recording, and now "Tweet for Minutes."
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