Free, Links, Tools, Useful Things, Websites by Adam

WakerUpper is a simple website, in beta, that lets you schedule free wakeup calls or other telephone reminders.
The site is easy to use, well-designed, and completely free. The service asks for your phone number, date and time of reminder, and email address, so there’s no need to sign up or log in every time you want a quick reminder.
If you have one of those new-fangled iPhones, you can set up your reminders anywhere you like. It probably works on other phones, too.

WakerUpper says that they’re “the web’s easiest telephone reminder tool”. I agree.


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I tried WakerUpper and it worked just fine. With no registration required how are they going to prevent prank calling or phone spam?

If I really wanted to annoy someone, I could request a reminder call to them every 5 minutes for a whole day or at odd hours.

Am I missing something?

That’s a valid point, Noel, but when WakerUpper calls you, at the end of the reminder message it lets you choose an option to block future calls from WakerUpper, which you could use if people were “reminding” you every five minutes or prank calling you.

Of course, then you couldn’t use the service at all. Just remember, it’s still in beta!

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