Bubble Motion Wants You to Call, Not Tweet

More talking, less texting. That’s the spin Sequoia Capital-backed Bubble Motion is putting on mobile social networking.

Where others who have come before, like Twitter, caught on with 140 characters or less, this start-up thinks people would rather leave voice messages than type out an SMS. A new service it’s started called Bubbly lets customers leave a voicemail-type message, which their followers can dial in to hear.

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