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Telephone Recording Equipment Company Helps People Save For Next Year's Tax Season
Dallas area telephone recording and conference equipment company offers price incentive for people on how to record iPhone and Android conversations and help track 2012 business expenses.
BigD Communication's founder and CEO, Bruce Brenner, said, "We have noticed a significant increase in demand for people who now rely totally on mobile phone use. People like business executives, sales people, law enforcement, entrepreneurs, and others who use mobile phones regularly for business are starting to increase their need to record these conversations."
"Many of these people need to be able to go back to previous conversations and remember important facts," Brenner continued. "Note taking is impossible in many situations the cell recorder digitally saves all conversation for later review and the archived recordings can be used for training and legal purposes . The calls can be easily found played, e-mailed or saved to a hard drive."
The company lists the cell phone recorder as available for $179.90. The product page on the company website says that the recorder records conversations on all mobile phones which have the Bluetooth technology, include iPhone and Android. The recorder is intended to help business people with many functions including saving call details, uploading to one's computer, automatic recording, and certain security features.
Interested parties may can see the product at
or by calling either toll-free (800) 444-5217 or the local Dallas Fort Worth number at (214) 349-6044. Media inquiries may contact Bruce Brenner about Big D Communication through the same means.
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BigD Communications carries telecommunication products including headsets, recording equipment, telecommuting products, cordless phones, supervisor monitoring systems, conferencing equipment, conference bridges, and observation/