Remember landlines? The phone would ring (like, a real bell-sounding ring), and you could pick it, not knowing who it was. Or, even better, talking on the receiver while continuing to stretch out your already 19-foot phone cord. Those were the good ol’ days.
Okay, perhaps none of us have fond memories of our landlines, but we have to admit that the receivers were far easier to hold than our cell phones. And the cute, retro-style receivers you can buy for your iPhone still have a cord with which to struggle. Additionally, you might even find that you receive important calls while your battery is about to die.
Ideal for Father’s Day, or anyone with a Bluetooth phone, Good Call, a brand-new product due to hit the market this month, aims to make phone calls a bit more convenient for those with iPhones and other bluetooth-enabled phones. Use Good Call much like you would use a landline telephone; you get the curvy comfort of handset without the additional expense of having a landline.
Good Call works wirelessly, so all you carry with you is the handset. It even charges iPhones while they’re on the docking station. The curvacious design of the handset allows for that oh-so-familiar crooked neck phone holding capability that we all miss that, while odd looking, leaves us with two free hands. The small desktop footprint of the cradle gives us plenty of room for the stacks of paper and miscellaneous crap that you can’t deny exists and, since it works with our iPhone, we get the convenience of caller ID!
Good Call will officially launch from their website and will cost around $80.
In celebration of its launch there will a twitter party on the same day as the launch on June 19th. They’re giving away TWO units every 15 minutes during the party as well as 5 units prior to the party for people who help promote the party ahead of time. You can also enter to win one of your own below, thanks to our friends at Good Call!
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