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September 03, 2013


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Talk to the NSA - I think they know a thing or two about getting around this pesky prolblem.


...Why can't you just do with cell phones what you do with landlines?


It's against the law to do robocalls to cell phones.


Bradley, please read more carefully:

“automated calls to cell phones are currently prohibited”


Is it possible to launch a 'PPP' mobile application. A notification could go to users when a new poll is available, and then the answers could be filtered depending on the variables of the poll, geographic location, or at random on national issues. Making an app available across numerous platforms would appeal to all types of individuals.


Barring a technological option I'm yet to be made aware of, I'd say simply offering the inclusion of cell-only voters as an additional package, with an additional fee, is the best way to go.

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