SPOTLIGHT: Globaltel media enhances Alirti with mobile video capabilities

San Diego-based Globaltel Media has added video, audio and imaging capabilities to its Alirti text messaging service, allowing users to embed and view rich content as URLs in messages without incurring premium messaging charges. Orthopedic surgeon Dr. David Flood offers this endorsement in a statement provided by Globaltel: "In my line of work, post-op care is crucial to patient recovery, and the Alirti technology enables me to provide my patients with the appropriate rehabilitation information in video format at any time. It is a great convenience and time saver to be able to provide clear instructions and examples as video directly to my patients' mobile phones." Press release

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