Dinggly Pagers

One of the best things about Dinggly is having no requirement for extra hardware to receive calls (you can get them on your phone or computer). However there are some circumstances where an alternative notification is the preferred option – simple convenience and avoiding some issues associated with carrying mobiles (for example ownership, perception from customers and distractions).

Dinggly Pocket Pagers

Dinggly Pocket Pagers are wonderfully compact. They are Android based and come preinstalled/locked to the Dinggly app. They are dedicated to Dinggly and intuitive to use.

There is an optional belt clip.

The pocket pager makes an audible tone and vibrates when a call is received. If required to operate silently, the vibrate cannot be readily detected when worn on the belt clip, so an accompanying blue-tooth smartwatch, displaying the notifications, is available as a further
option. Please note this smartwatch is reliant on the pocket pager to receive the notifications.

The four primary advantages of pocket pagers over wrist pagers are:

• +24 hrs battery life

• the larger screen runs the full app, displaying previous (accepted) calls

• they are typically less prone to physical damage

• they are easier to share hygienically than wrist pagers

Dinggly Wrist Pagers

We have two forms of wrist pager. One connects directly to WiFi, the other connects via a gateway to WiFi. The advantage of the former is range whist the latter overcomes issues with WiFi black-spots and has a longer battery life. We’ll help you select which is best for you.
Dinggly Wrist Pager awaiting call
Dinggly Wrist Pager claiming call
  • Dinggly Wrist Pager awaiting call
  • Dinggly Wrist Pager claiming call

Smartwatch use, instead of wrist pagers, is a regular question. The difficulty with smartwatches is very few have WiFi built-in, so require tethering to a mobile phone
(or work independently via a cellular SIM and are expensive). As such their functionality with Dinggly has been limited to receiving notifications for calls. Accepting them requires a phone.