Well get ready for another AMAZING episode of Unprecedented.
In Episode 9 we feature and interview with a true American innovator– David King, the inventor of VoApps ringless voicemail technology. David joins us to discuss VoApps’ technology and its recent efforts to assist Defendants sued in TCPA suits. This is a strong move by VoApps considering that litigation surrounding the TCPA propriety of its technology is ongoing.
VoApps Inventor David King
In the interview we walk through the facts presented in King’s 32 paragraph declaration submitted in the Saunders case last week. King describes exactly how the technology works including breaking down how the nation’s wireless carrier transmissions actually work. Critical to TCPA defendants is his explanation of how a voicemail service provider’s server is accessed using a Forward-To-Number assigned to an individual cell phone user’s phone. The Forward-to-Number is a “business class, landline telephone number assigned to the voicemail platform of the voicemail service provider that the cellular user has chosen.” And the DirectDrop product communicates only with the Forward-to-Number, not with any specific cellular number.
But don’t take my word for it–hear it from King himself. Sure this stuff is technical but we make it as accessible as possible. What a unique opportunity! And wait for his breathtaking defense of the technology–stating that VoApps’ technology is “absolutely” a call to a landline and not to a number assigned to a cellular service. This is a real game changing interview that users of ringless voicemail technology (and their counsel) cannot afford to miss.
Before the interview we break down the biggest TCPA news from the last week, including:
- That terrible and scary Morgan decision holding that even manual calls can trigger the TCPA’s ATDS provisions;
- The huge certification denial in Chinitz casting doubt on whether popular TCPA suits against real estate brokerages based on calls by individual agents can proceed on a classwide basis; and of course;
- We breakdown all the best arguments as to why ringless voicemails are (probably) not subject to the TCPA.
Yet another Unprecedented TCPA experience coming your way! We’re proud to–once again– deliver on our promise of serving as the internet’s premier source for TCPA news and viewpoints you just can’t get anywhere else.