Get ’em While They’re Hot!

Radio listeners are driving! (75-85%) So why are you asking them to go to a website, text a keyword, or even dial a vanity phone number? They can’t do that while they are driving! They might remember to Google your business later — but then they will also see all of your competitors!

You need to allow your prospects to respond right at the moment that your advertising convinced them that they need your service — and a mobile speed dial is the only viable method.

#250 (pound two-fifty) is a speed dial that works right now on virtually all mobile phones in the US and Canada. Advertisers use it as a replacement for long phone numbers that consumers cannot remember when heard in Radio or TV ads.

Consumers simply Dial #250 and Say a Keyword to connect to your business – via an inbound phone call, and/or a text message reply.  Simple.

Try it now from your mobile phone! 

Dial #250 and say “RESCUE MY LEADS”

#250 dramatically increased our incoming call volume for our client! We were able to track the calls to specific marketing outlets and show the client which outlets were delivering prospects. With #250, we were able to generate a massive mobile marketing data base with qualified customers phone number and email address. The #250 campaign was a huge success!
Mark ThomasPresident & Director of SalesEyecon Advertising, LLC

Get More Calls

No one can remember random toll-free numbers. #250 Spoken Keywords often result in a 30% lift in call volume and a digital connection!

Get More App Downloads

“Go to the App Store” makes the customer do all the work. “Dial #250 & Say (app name)” delivers the exact download link and insulates your prospect from seeing competitive apps.

Get More SMS Opt-Ins

Texting a keyword to a random shortcode is a pain in the butt! But simply saying a keyword to receive a text reply is easy. Recipients then opt-in as normal.

Reserve Your Keyword Today!

(Before your competition does…)

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