Today’s society has a critical reliance on smartphones' 'dial-by-name' capability. There is a perception that phone numbers no longer need be memorized or hand-written. It can cause extreme personal inconvenience and/or business disruption when an individual faces a situational or permanent ‘smartphone-not-available event. ‘Smartphone-not-available is defined as loss of, or loss of access to a mobile device - rendering inability to initiate or receive communication with parties whose phone numbers are unmemorized and stored in a lost or otherwise not-present phone.

The most common causes of a smartphone-not-available event are a lost, misplaced, damaged, stolen, confiscated, or unchargeable device. Smartphone-not-available occurrences are estimated to affect productivity and functioning of at least 15% of all smartphone users at least once annually – some 35+ million U.S. citizens. Existing, market-pervasive contact backup services such as iCloud and Gmail, fall short across...
Today’s society has a critical reliance on smartphones' 'dial-by-name' capability. There is a perception that phone numbers no longer need be memorized or hand-written. It can cause extreme personal inconvenience and/or business disruption when an individual faces a situational or permanent ‘smartphone-not-available event. ‘Smartphone-not-available is defined as loss of, or loss of access to a mobile device - rendering inability to initiate or receive communication with parties whose phone numbers are unmemorized and stored in a lost or otherwise not-present phone.

The most common causes of a smartphone-not-available event are a lost, misplaced, damaged, stolen, confiscated, or unchargeable device. Smartphone-not-available occurrences are estimated to affect productivity and functioning of at least 15% of all smartphone users at least once annually – some 35+ million U.S. citizens. Existing, market-pervasive contact backup services such as iCloud and Gmail, fall short across a number of dimensions with regard to convenience and accessibility of backed-up contacts, the integrity of storage and retrieval, and inability to speedily restore live communication, regardless of the severity of user need.

725Contact is an affordably priced, app-based subscription service that enables immediate, seamless continuity of personal telecommunications in case of any unplanned disruption through a device-not-available incident. Through a downloadable mobile app, the subscriber’s contacts are continually updated securely to the 725Contact cloud. If a subscriber experiences a device-not-present event (even as minor as leaving home without your phone), they can place a single support call from any working phone to 1-725-CONTACT, a regular U.S. phone number, 24/7/365. The subscriber is biometrically authenticated via their voice. A native English-speaking tele-concierge can then provide needed contact numbers to the subscriber, can take and send dictated text or recorded voice messages to contacts within the subscriber’s list on their behalf, and can even patch the subscriber by phone directly to any contact for a live call - all circumventing the need for accessing aThe service is enabled by a 24/7 virtual call center, a mobile app, web app, and employee-facing call center app. The annual subscription term is comparable in cost to that of smartphone device insurance. 725Contact is owned, operated, and trademarked by Sigex LLC, a Florida-based corporation founded in 2020.
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