Data from the International Federation of Wireless Carriers, the trade organization of cellular service providers, show that most calls made and received on cellular networks are between individuals desperately in need of talking to and hearing from their friends. This is particularly true of those afflicted with Disconnectopathy.

To meet this demand, Celluliar Systems, Inc. has rolled out PeopSync®, an add-on service for its subscribers that allows them to call an assigned number and be greeted with a personal message from a friend. Then, through the application of artificial intelligence software tailored to the person's situation and location, the caller can carry on a pseudo-dialog to meet, as the company says, "the caller's need for comfort and reassurance."

PeopSync costs $7.95 a month and allows a subscriber an unlimited number of calls to the assigned number. To sign up, contact

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