Using Hands Free Bluetooth to search the Web.

Let’s go completely off topic today and talk about Bing . What (you might ask) does Bing have to do with System Center?  Nothing directly, but it might make you more productive.  The feature I really like is being able to call Bing from my cell while I’m driving and get a friendly voice, directions read or text’d to me, directly connected to the person or business I want (for FREE), and even getting information on Weather, Movie Times, and placed to eat.  I was meeting a friend for lunch today, and had never been to this particular restaurant. My friend gave me vague directions via e-mail, and I ran out the door.  I had a the name of the restaurant, and a general idea of where it was.  Guess what?  It wasn’t there!   I called Bing, and got directions verbally, then texted to me, and then Bing offered to call the restaurant so I could tell my friend I was running late!  WOW!  Check it out!

1-800-Bing-411 (1-800-246-4411)

Get audio directions, traffic conditions, and weather reports.1

And it’s free!

Find local shops and restaurants

  • Search by name or type
  • Narrow listings by city, neighborhood, or street
  • Get text message links to maps and details2
  • Hear driving directions to the location

Hear Audio Demo

Get traffic, movie times, and weather

  • Hear the latest traffic reports, personalized to your route
  • Hear turn-by-turn driving directions, or get a text message
  • Find movie showtimes and theater info
  • Listen to current weather and forecasts

Hear Audio Demo

Try it now

  • Call 1-800-Bing-411 (1-800-246-4411) for free
  • Connect directly to businesses for free
  • Share listings with friends
  • Receive text messages of local listings
  • Standard mobile rates apply. Your wireless service provider may charge you for data services or text messages sent or received as a result of this service.
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