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TMCNet:  DialMyCalls Launches 72 Hour Cyber Monday Mass Notification Sale

[November 26, 2012]

DialMyCalls Launches 72 Hour Cyber Monday Mass Notification Sale

Jupiter, FL, Nov 26, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Voice broadcasting company, DialMyCalls, is offering a 20% discount on its voice and text message notifications in celebration of Cyber Monday. Online retailers across the country are offering exceptional deals as consumers are predicted to spend over $1.5 billion purchasing goods through the internet on the post Black Friday shopping extravaganza.

Both new customers and members that already have an active DialMyCalls account will be able to take advantage of the 20% discount. Upon logging in, the prices of both credit packages and unlimited monthly plans will reflect the exclusive discount for the Cyber Monday sale.

"Cyber Monday is the perfect time to give back to our current customers as well as welcome brand new members who have been looking for a voice broadcasting service at an exceptional price" says owner David Batchelor. "By offering a special rate during our 72 hour sale, we are hoping people will use our premium service and realize how easy and efficient DialMyCalls really is." DialMyCalls' 72 hour Cyber Monday mass notification sale will last until Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. EST and the 20% discount is good on all credit packages as well as the first month of any unlimited monthly plan.

About DialMyCalls DialMyCalls.com was founded in 2006 and continues its climb to the top of the voice/text broadcasting industry. Combine an excellent customer support team with developers that are constantly working to improve their services and it is no secret as to why DialMyCalls is used by thousands of non-profits, sports leagues, cities, political figures and various other organizations around the country as a mass notification system.

For more information, please visit http://www.dialmycalls.com or call (800) 928-2086. You can also email tims(at)ontimetelecom(dot)com for additional information.

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