JAJAH@Call – Now you can Tweet to Talk (BETA)
Putting the talk in Twitter
JAJAH gives short messages a voice. With the new JAJAH application, Twitter users can make free phone calls on their favorite microblogging service. Now in Beta, JAJAH@Call allows you to make a free two minute call (the verbal equivalent of a tweet) to other JAJAH@Call users. It’s free, it’s easy and works no matter how you use Twitter, whether it’s on your cellphone, via Seesmic, TweetDeck, or any other way.
The Beta is available to selected users. To check if you’re one of them, log in to your account. Under
"My Services" in "My Account" page
you will see “Twitter Calls.” If this doesn’t appear, and you would like an invitation, send an email to
How to use JAJAH@Call
To make a call, simply send a tweet with
where "twittername" is the username of the person you wish to call. Your phone will then ring and the call will be connected. All contact details will be kept private, so you can use JAJAH@call without giving your phone number away. For the call to be successful, both you and the person you wish to call must be JAJAH members.
Let other people know they can @call you: send a tweet "call me free - reply with @call". Or add "JAJAH@Call" to your account info so people will know you are part of the beta. To protect privacy, calls can only be made to people who follow you.
No headset, no download, no software, no hidden costs. Use the phone you already have.