There are a couple of services that do this including SimulScribe, SpinVox and Phonetic.

- Peter

Justin S. Wilson wrote:

               Found this interesting:

               http://www.callwave.com/landing/vtxt.asp



               Vtxt <http://www.callwave.com/landing/vtxt.asp> , a new
service from CallWave that transcribes voicemails and sends them to you as
text messages or e-mails. All you have to do is forward your calls to a
unique phone number supplied by CallWave. Your messages are processed by an
automated speech-recognition engine and sent to you in about four or five
minutes. You can choose to receive the transcriptions as text messages,
e-mails or on the CallWave website.



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Technology Services - WISP Consulting - Tower Services

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