A woman says she can ring her neighbor’s house doorbell if she can’t get into the house herself.
A woman who calls 911 to ring her house door, saying she can only enter the home through a window, can also use the app to get a free ride.
A couple of months ago, she said she found a way to use the service.
“The only problem is it takes forever,” she told ABC News.
“I’m waiting for it to open.”
The woman said she has been using the service for the past five years, using it to ring at least three different doors, and she said the company has made the service free to all of its users.
“They said it’s free to use, and then they don’t give you a discount.
So I can go into my house and call my friends, my coworkers, or my neighbors and say, ‘Hey, I need to ring the doorbell,'” she told the station.
The company claims to have over 50 million registered users worldwide, and it says the app is used by thousands of people a day.
The app requires a smartphone, a smartphone with GPS capabilities, and a computer with internet access.
“Ring doorbell is the first and most powerful doorbell application for the mobile app.
It’s available in over 50 countries worldwide and is the most advanced and reliable,” the company said.