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Free mobile phone trees for local community groups

From: Mark S.
Sent on: Friday, October 17, 2008 12:07 AM
I heard about this through WGN Radio AM720. They are sponsoring a service by Zelephone, a mobile startup that allows youth, school, and other community groups the ability to set up phone tree groups online. It sounds like a pretty nifty service that is easy for parents and other nontechies to use. Could also be used for activism related projects too.

Disclosure: I write for and am interested in any nonprofit / community tech news going on in the Chicago area.


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