VOCE is a company offering what they have dubbed the world's first "premium wireless service." Here's the pitch:
Signing up costs you $500. You get an unlocked phone (like the Treo 680). Then, you pay $200/month for unlimited calls and GPRS data. The hard sell? You get a 24/7 personal assistant that is guaranteed to answer on the third ring. They are like a super 411 service that can research questions via Internet or phone for you. When they find the answer, they can call, text or fax you back.
As a writer constantly researching small details, a personal assistant could really help me out before my account were flagged for abuse. It's not a bad pitch, but is it worth the Beverly Hills marketing? We're not certain.