SOURCE: BlackBook2

October 13, 2009 11:14 ET

BlackBook2 Now Offering Free SMS Text Messaging

Social and Business Networking Giant Continues to Offer More to Members

HOLLYWOOD, FL--(Marketwire - October 13, 2009) - BlackBook2, home to over 15 million registered users, has taken the social and business networking world by storm since its launch in November of 2006, offering a series of options that set it far ahead of sites such as Facebook and Twitter. Today, this innovative voice in new media is pleased to announce another groundbreaking addition, as it is now offering free SMS texting to their members. "We are very excited to offer this product to our already robust suite of free communication tools. It gives our members more choices and additional ways to save money," says Amy Nalewaik President and co-founder of BlackBook2.

All members need to do is log in to their account and begin sending messages to friends free of charge through the BB2 platform, making it easier than ever to stay in touch, lock down that important deal, or just make plans for the weekend. Even more importantly, it also allows you to avoid overage charges on your cellular bill.

As always, membership to BlackBook2 is free, and the platform not only offers the opportunity for users to connect and interact through its website,, but also provides free services to its members that include video mail, email, Fax, Voice Over IP, and conference calling, as well as the ability to stream movies and music. In other words, whatever you need to interact with friends, family, business associates, or clients is here on one website -- for free.

Already affiliated with business partners such as AOL, Digital Com Link, Dell, Empyrean Benefit Solutions, IBM, Latino Coalition, Titan Global Entertainment, Universal Studios, Veterans Corp, and Redline Media Group, BlackBook2 continues to innovate as it grows, with over 60,000 new members registering every day.

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Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Amy Nalewaik