Pulse.to is a New Group Texting Platform That Allows Real-time Text Messaging to Friends From Any Phone or Browser

October 22, 2010

Communicating with groups of people is both time consuming and can lead to missed messages. What if you have to cancel tennis practice due to bad weather? Email is outdated, and who has the time to go through a call list? Pulse.To is an exciting service that allows you to text an entire group instantaneously. See it at http://Pulse.to

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) October 21, 2010

First, create a Pulse by inviting a group of people with mobile phones and a common interest. Users can create as many Pulses as they want based on interests or activities. Friends must accept invitations from their phone to join the Pulse. It’s very easy for members to leave the Pulse; members can subscribe or unsubscribe at any time.

The Pulse owner can “Pulse out” to the group from a mobile phone or the Pulse.to website. A great feature of Pulse is support for global messaging; it can reach subscribers at every corner of the earth. Pulse.to uses sophisticated routing algorithms to effectively route the message through its network of SMS gateways.

Pulse.to is a unique, fun and free service. Now you can Pulse from your Facebook or Twitter profile.

The company’s founders believe that it is time to bring organization and control to Text Messaging, in a free and easy to use solution.

“Texting has, for many, replaced the phone call. Group texting is a natural evolution that will bring this communication medium to the forefront. Pulse.to aims to do just that. When we started this, we were amazed at the number of friends, family and associates that had different uses for the service. We’ve compiled some samples here.”

Pulse.to is now available for public sign-up. Visit Pulse.to today and take the service for a test drive. All Media inquiries should be directed to (media at pulse dot to)

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