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    Unhappy Mobile phone call recorders

    Hi!
    Can you recommend me som good program for callrecording.
    I got tried those
    http://www.killermobile.com/newsite/content/view/40/82/
    and
    http://********jar.com/products/4700...rNokiaSeries60

    For Callrecorder Pro I paid but I have'nt got serial number.
    For Total Recall I found that it costs about 5$ for each call and it is just in trial mode.

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    Thanks but
    I need software that I have in the mobile phone.
    I need one for Sonyericsson and one for Nokia Symbian OS S60.

    It is so difficult to find them. What programs can I trust without lossing money?
    Can you give me some advice?
    Last edited by kvadrat; July 24th, 2009 at 06:56 PM.

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    Whatever you use, make sure you're doing it legally. Depending on where you are, there can be very steep criminal fines and prison time associated with call recording. Check your local wiretap statutes first. In most areas, two-party consent is reqiured by law.
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    Yes, you certainly need to check local regulations. In the UK there is quite a difference between being a private or a corporate/institutional user, for example. This is largely because regulatory compliance tends to apply to corporate bodies rather than individuals.

    http://www.retellrecorders.co.uk/legal/home.htm

    I believe the reason for recording a call might also be relevant. For example in the UK, answerphones, voicemail, and telephone ordering systems are perfectly legal and require no notification. The user expects the call to be recorded.....that's what they want.

    Over here all you basically have to do if the legislation applies, is inform the caller that the call may be recorded.
    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
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    It is allowed in sweden even if just one part is in involved.
    http://hotpot.se/hsb-inspelning-av-samtal.htm
    (you can translate with some online web traslator)
    it is legal in my country and for my needs.

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