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December 23, 2013

Holiday Gifting Is Much Less Awkward with CelebCalls.com

It’s no mystery why e-commerce, mobile commerce and, well, all types of commerce spike around the holiday season. But with so much shopping going on for so many people, some of whom you may not even know well, it can often be difficult to know what to get. The inevitable result is that some people are giving bad gifts and others are receiving them.

The worst part about a bad gift, though, is the fact that you’re stuck with this useless thing — like, say, a creepy cat statuette.  Fortunately, there’s a website called CelebCalls.com designed to avoid such situations. CelebCalls.com is an undeniably unique website and mobile app that allows customers to send personalized phone calls from celebrities to friends and family for as little as $5.

That’s not to say personalized celebrity phone calls are a bad gift. On the contrary, some of the samples available on CelebCalls.com — like the one in which Charlie Sheen waxes philosophical about life — are pretty funny while others, like Justin Bieber’s, should come as a genuine delight to fans of the specific celebrity. However, if you get a celebcall for someone on your gift list and they don’t like it, at least you didn’t spend a lot of time and money — and they won’t get stuck with a creepy cat statuette.

“A call from CelebCalls is also the perfect gift for those awkward situations when you've neglected to buy a gift for someone who surprises you with a Christmas gift,” said Chris Webb, CEO of CelebCalls.  “The entire process of sending a celebcall can be completed in five minutes or less, and you can create and send the call on the go from your smart phone!”

Sending a celebcall is as easy as visiting CelebCall.com and placing an order. Alternatively, the whole process can be completed from the iOS or Android mobile apps.

Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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