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SOS Talk a New Way of Telephone Interpreting Serving the Globe, No Reservation or Start-Up Cost, Just Pay as You Go
Date:6/1/2010

SOS Talk is introducing a telephone interpreting service available around the globe and simple to use, with more than 800 interpreters ready to serve you. This simple three steps interpreting system requires only registration, upload of funds and you are ready to call your interpreter. SOS Talk is affordable, fast and no call agent is used to establish the phone call. SOS Talk is fully automated, serving not only businesses but also individuals that have difficulties with communication in a foreign language when it is urgently needed. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

(PRWeb UK) June 1, 2010 -- The company utilises nearly 800 qualified, trained and tested interpreters to ensure quality and speed when a language interpreter is needed on the phone.

www.sostalk.com offers revolutionary development in telephone interpreting.

Individuals and companies seeking low prices and fast language interpreting services no longer need to go through the often long process of securing an interpreter. No reservation or schedule for an interpreter is needed. SOS Talk provides telephone interpreting services worldwide through a fully automated language interpreting system that allows customers to have a qualified interpreter on the phone within 30 seconds. Prices are £1.98 GBP per minute with no minimum cost or hidden charges and with free recording of the interpreting conversation, which can be sent to you per email.

The SOS Talk system works when customers register with the website and then upload money into their accounts using PayPal, Money Bookers or a credit card. The customers can then select a language and immediately be connected with one of the 800 bilingual and bicultural professional interpreters. If you have a preferred interpreter, just note the ID of the interpreter and
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