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Wednesday, November 02, 2005

Say it ain't so! The Talking Numeric Pager is "Beeping" Fantastic!

You've got a life to live, you can't be tied to the telephone. But should you dare to cut the cord you risk missing important phone calls. Now, thanks to the Talking Numeric Pager from CPR Technology, you can live your life and stay in touch with friends, co-workers, and family.

Say it ain't so!
It's true. This pager beeps, vibrates and talks. According to information on the company's web site, the Talking Numeric Pager features a numeric display with both vibration and audio alert tones. The device voices any of the numeric messages, message numbers, received numeric messages, time and day received functions. The Talking Numeric Pager can store up to 16 messages in its memory, and is truly multi-functional. Among its other features are: message lock/unlock which can be used to prevent accidental erasure of your messages, a talking clock, talking alarm clock, and auto dialer.

The pager's user manual can be downloaded from the company's web site. It contains easy-to-follow instructions on how to set up your pager, its clock and other functions.

To use the Talking Numeric Pager, you will have to purchase paging service from CPR Technology. The company's coverage extends to all 50 states in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and throughout South America. So while you're shopping for a toboggan in Tobago, you can still take messages from your uncle Horace in Hoboken. The company offers several coverage plans, so visit their web site to find which plan is best for your needs and your budget.

What the "beep" are you waiting for? Visit now!

CPR Technology
640 Dean Street
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Phone: 718-783-6000
Fax: 718-783-0482

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