FridgeLetter.com Opens the World’s Slowest Text Messaging Service
FridgeLetter.com sends messages made from colorful magnetic refrigerator letters using a patented sequencing method. Users go to the company website and create a message on FridgeLetter.com’s computer fridge. The plastic magnetic letters that make the message are then packed and shipped in a box shaped like a refrigerator.
Newburyport, MA (PRWEB) November 14, 2010
FridgeLetter.com (http://www.fridgeletter.com) is open for business.
The company sends messages made from colorful plastic refrigerator letters.
How it works: A user goes to the company website and places letters that create a message on the FridgeLetter.com computer fridge. The plastic magnetic letters that make up the messages are then picked, packed and shipped in a box that is remarkably shaped like a refrigerator. Using a patented sequencing method, the sent message arrives in a fashion that is easy for the receiver to put together on their own fridge, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer or even car.
“It’s a fun long lasting gift that will stick around for a long time. This is ideal for birthday greetings, Valentines Day, Mother’s Day or any other occasion where you want to say something unique. We are waiting for the day when someone uses the service to quit a job or end a relationship,” said company co-founder Michael Lee.
A sender can send a message up to 40 letters in length.
Kids love receiving things in the mail.
FridgeLetter.com proudly uses the United States Postal Service, and we like the fact that we are the slowest text messaging service going. It takes 2 or 3 days for a sent message to arrive. Unlike electronic text messages, these will stick around and be remembered for a long time.
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