Can't reach a human when calling a company?

DAY connects you with  human customer support representative.

Download in stores or use our web-version for free

How Day works?

Once you've selected a company and department and clicked "Call" in the Day app, our AI technology makes the call.

We handle all of the button pressing and waiting on hold for you, and as soon as a company representative is available, we'll call you back with the representative on the line.

We use our own phone numbers to make the call, so you don't have to wait for an incoming call on a webpage or in the mobile app.

Day is also an ideal tool for traveling and using roaming services. Not only is it highly convenient, but you'll also save money as you won't have to pay for the time you'd spend pressing buttons and waiting in line.

Get your Day back!
Download Day, see for yourself what we created, and you can start saving time too!

Our plans





per month

3 calls per month *

No long-term commitments

Try for free





per month

6 calls per month *

No long-term commitments

Try for free





per month

10 calls per month *

No long-term commitments

Try for free
* — We count only successful calls longer than 60 seconds, so don't worry about calls where you didn't reach a representative in the company of your choice

Day in numbers



Can’t find a company you need? No problem! Just request it in the app and we'll add it.



A user saves per month



Per month per user



Saved per every single call

Can't be easier

See Day in action


We love helping people

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Max L.

“Very helpful app. It does all the dirty work for you.”

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Zalman L.

“Best app ever! Saves me so much time. I used to dread having to contact customer service.”

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Alex C.

“I'm running three companies, which means I call banks, government agencies, software companies, etc., several times a day! Usually, I'm on hold for hours every single month. So this application is a true timesaver for me. Thank you! Great job!”

Try Day for free and tell us what you think.

Would such an app solve your problems with contacting service centers? What could we do better?