Kirusa has launched a service called Call-n-Tweet, which let users call and record a voice message which gets published as a Twitter update. Users' Twitter status will be updated with a link to the voice message and all the followers will receive a notification from Twitter indicating that user has posted a voice tweet. This service is now available to Tata Indicom customers in India at the cost of 80 paisa per voice tweet.
In order to avail this service a user needs to login to their Twitter account through Call-n-Tweet website. Then grant access to allow the Call-n-Tweet app to access the Twitter account. Users also need to give their mobile number during registration. Once registration is done users can call up 50007 with the Tata Indicom mobile and start voice tweeting. Interestingly, during registration it does show other telecom operators from India but the service is currently only offered by Tata Indicom.
Using this service user can also share their voice tweets with others. Also, all voice tweets are stored on the Call-n-Tweet site, so users can go and check their old voice tweet anytime.
The Call-n-Tweet service is available in other countries like U.S., Dominic Republic, Bolivia, Haiti along with India. The offer is currently available to subscribers of Tata Teleservices and Tata Teleservices Maharashtra via Tata Indicom and works on any handset. We do hope the service would be soon available with other telecom operators too.