TORONTO, July 8 /CNW/ - Voice on the Go, a worldwide leader in mobile
voice solutions, and CNIB, Canada's primary vision-health organization, have
partnered to market and promote Voice on the Go(R) to Canadians living with
Voice on the Go provides a fast and easy way to stay connected with
family, friends and caregivers by email using simple voice commands on any
phone. It is especially useful for users who are elderly or have limited
Voice on the Go allows easy access to email, calendar and contacts with a
few simple voice commands. Subscribers can conveniently dial in and use their
voice to listen to, compose, reply and delete their email, access their
calendar, search contacts by name and place calls.
"Voice on the Go is an innovative consumer solution that makes email,
calendar and contacts accessible to everyone," says Jim Sanders, President and
Chief Executive Officer, CNIB. "With Voice on the Go, people with vision loss
who have limited computer access can now stay connected and enjoy greater
"We are very excited to help open the world of mobile email to the more
than 800,000 Canadians living with significant vision loss," says Simon
Arnison, President and Chief Executive Officer, Voice on the Go. "Voice on the
Go is now an essential part of work and social life."
Offered as a monthly subscription, Voice on the Go can be activated
quickly with no voice training and no special hardware or software to
download. Voice on the Go works on any phone on any carrier network and
supports most popular email services.
About Voice on the Go
Voice on the Go, one of the fastest growing mobile voice applications
worldwide, provides consumers with access to email, contacts, calendar and
other content BY VOICE at any time, on any mobile phone, BlackBerry(R)
smartphone, Apple(R) iPhone(TM) or Windows Mobile(R) phone.
Voice on the Go enables subscribers to listen to, compose, reply and
forward their email all by voice.
CNIB is a nationwide, community-based, registered charity committed to
public education, research and the vision health of all Canadians. CNIB
provides the services and support necessary to enjoy a good quality of life
while living with vision loss. To find out more, visit www.cnib.ca or call
For further information:
For further information: John McLeod, COO, Voice on the Go, (905)
305-1355, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.voiceonthego.com