Do you want your text delivered as a phone call?
It works on both landlines and mobiles!
Text 2 Speech
Text to speech takes the text in your message will automatically be read by a synthetic voice. 18 languages are available. Send easily using your email, web or API.
18 languages are available in our Text to speech function, chosen by the destination country code. Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Catalan, Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Russian. For other destinations English is chosen.
You can let the recipient confirm the message in our Text to speech function by pressing a number, or answer questions by typing 1 for “Yes” and 2 for “No” for example.
Delivery report functionality is always included. Reports are sent to you using a communication channel of your choosing with the settings you prefer.
Combine Text to Speech with an SMS with the same message, for important information the user might need to save for later.
Use one or a combination of our communication channels to access our services!
It’s the easiest way to access the full functionality of the TellusTalk messaging platform. You can design and store your messages, bulk sendings and target groups on the web. Available everywhere, anytime.
Perfect for your mobile or tablet, only the bare essentials to send and receive messages.
Use your email when sending and receiving messages. Works instantly with any email client, both local and web. Delivery reports can be sent back to your email.
Connect your systems and applications. TellusTalk supports a wide range of API’s including REST, XML, JSON and HTTP. And….Yes, we will support your integration project. All the way.
Possibly the best collection of support and services there is…
24/7 support is always included. English and Swedish speaking.
We have complete global coverage for all services.
Our fast and scalable cloud platform allows us to promise uninterrupted and secure message deliveries even during the most extreme traffic loads. Automated buffering is used to accomodate operator interfaces.