With Christmas Day merely 12 days away, if you haven't had a spare moment to visit the Big Man himself at the local malls and or other events, don't fight the traffic and last minute shoppers, there are other ways for you kids to talk to Santa (though photos ops not included).
Vonage customers can call their dedicated Santa Hotline, which will connect your kids right to his the North Pole workshop and they can leave a message with what they want for Christmas. Your child's wish list, and message to Santa, will be forwarded to the e-mail that is connected to the Vonage account.
DialMyCalls is also offering free Santa phone calls. Parents can set up the phone calls on the company's website and include the child's name and a personalized greeting from Santa. They can also schedule the date and time for the call to arrive.
Christmas Dialer is also offering free phone calls from Santa, with four messages to choose from, but parents don't have the opportunity to schedule the phone call.
And, if you are a super procrastinator, NORAD, The North American Aerospace Defense Command, will take up its annual duty of tracking Santa on Christmas Eve has he makes his flight around the world. You can watch NORAD and Santa's flight on their website or by using one of their apps, for iPhone, Android, and Windows Phone.