He's making his list and checking it twice. But, in the digital era there is more than one way to contact Old Saint Nick. From traditional letter writing to fun apps to phone calls, here are some of our favorite ways to track jolly Santa Claus this year.
Letters to Santa: Another way to communicate with Santa is to write him a letter. We are loving the sweet letters from Minted. The letters include a fill-in option where your kids can write in their name, indicate if there were naughty or nice, and of course, request what they want this year.
Calls to Santa: Vonage will once again enable customers to dial 1-700-CALL-SANTA (1-700-225-5726) from a Vonage home phone or the Vonage Extensions App to hear a message from Kris Kringle himself. Now through Christmas Eve, by dialing this number, customers can connect directly to a holiday greeting from Santa and kids will have the opportunity to leave a message about what they'd like to see under the tree. Taking the guessing game out of gift giving, Vonage will send the recorded message to Vonage account holders via email so they will know exactly what their loved ones wished for this year. The audio attachment can be forwarded to other family members and friends, or even set aside as a keepsake. And you can still call Santa even if you are not a Vonage customer. Simply visit www.vonage.com/northpole and follow the instructions.
On Christmas Eve, callers will be able to track Santa's whereabouts as he delivers presents around the world. Starting at 5 p.m. ET on December 24, Vonage customers can dial 1-700-CALL-SANTA to hear where Santa and his reindeer have been and where they are headed next!
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