App gives you a virtual receptionist and a chance to win a BlackBerry Torch

App gives you a virtual receptionist and a chance to win a BlackBerry Torch
If you are running a one-man business, it is hard to impress callers when you are taking phone calls yourself. Even worse is when you miss the chance to close on some important deal because you had to turn your phone on "silent" and miss the call. BlackBerry users do have a solution to this problem and its called Qwell.

The Qwell app, when enabled, puts your 'Berry on silent. Callers hear a taped message that inquires if the call is an emergency. If the answer is "no", the caller can leave a message for your voice mail, or the caller can press "9" and have the call sent through to your phone for you to take. It is like having a receptionist without having to pay for one and giving time off for her to attend her cousin's wedding. A Pro version that allows you to make your own outgoing message is in the works.

Even better, Qwell is now running a contest. For every 1,000 Facebook likes and 1,000 Twitter followers, they will give away a BlackBerry Torch 9800. You can visit Qwell's Facebook page by clicking here, and you can follow Qwell on Twitter at @qwellyourphone.

source: Qwell

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Torch 9800
  • Display 3.2 inches 480 x 360 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera) front
  • Hardware 0.5GB RAM
  • Storage 4GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1300 mAh
  • OS BlackBerry 6.0.x


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