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    I remember back in the day, some of the early PIM devices could 'dial' by playing out the dialing tones quite loudly. The cool thing was, if you put this speaker up to an ordinary phone handset, the phone system would pick up the dialing tones and place the call.

    I use my treo all the time, but I'd like to be able to use my landline handset to save money. Are there any 'acoustic dialer' apps available for treo, so that you can just put it's speaker up against the landline's microphone and spare yourself the (admittedly minor) hassle of typing in the numbers?

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    The maker of Takephone has something that does this (called teletone I think)

    You can even set it up as a helper from arrowlauncher - so arrowlauncher 'dials' through your speaker to a normal phone.
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    just punch in the numbers's not that hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by demoflauchy
    just punch in the numbers's not that hard.
    Think outside the box......
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    you can search for tone dialer here - a few days ago tehre was a thread about it.
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