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Short Take: Net2Phone offers email service by phone

IP telephony company Net2Phone today announced a new service that allows users to check their email by phone. Customers with a pre-paid calling card can have their emails read to them in English or Spanish, or have the email text faxed to them. Users can also respond to email by phone, through an audio file attachment. The service, which will launch Feb. 15, will cost 25 cents a minute. Net2Phone partnered with MailCall to give its customers free email accounts.

IP telephony company Net2Phone today announced a new service that allows users to check their email by phone. Customers with a pre-paid calling card can have their emails read to them in English or Spanish, or have the email text faxed to them. Users can also respond to email by phone, through an audio file attachment. The service, which will launch Feb. 15, will cost 25 cents a minute. Net2Phone partnered with MailCall to give its customers free email accounts.