Slydial

Slydial

(ˈslaɪdaɪəl)
n
a telephone service that enables the caller to ring a person’s telephone number and leave a voice message on their answering machine but which eliminates the possibility of the caller having to have an unwanted conversation with that person
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By placing a call through slydial, one can bypass the recipient and directly connect to their mobile phone's voicemail to leave a message.
The expanding list of premier mobile apps currently available for download includes: Vlingo, Voice on the Go, HulloMail, slydial Voice Messaging, MotionApps, SlackerRadio, MyCaption, d2u Transcriber, mVoice Productivity, VoiceBox Dialer with Bluetooth and Traffic, Jabra Skipping Stone, Voicebox Technologies, Inc., Talkhouse, Grooveshark, and EasyDialer 2.7.
The 'Slydial' service allows callers to dial a mobile phone but avoid having an actual conversation.
But now, thank God, there is Slydial. Even the name is genius.
The very antithesis of something like Slydial is, without a doubt, the all-consuming BlackBerry (BB).