Cingular Launches MySpace Mobile Client
Dec 18, 2006, 1:34 PM by (staff)
Cingular today announced a downloadable Java client that will allow its subscribers to access MySpace. The client provides access to a number of MySpace's social networking features from the handset. Users can upload photos, read and write mail, check up on their friends, as well as update and catch up on blogs. The mobile service will cost $3 per month and is available for most newer Cingular handsets. Helio offers access to these same features through a web interface for free on all its handsets. It is reportedly working on a similar downloadable client due out early next year. Cingular also offers MySpace alerts to all subscribers, which text a user whenever they have received a new message, comment or invitation.
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This so-called "mobile" world is getting out of hand
I have a PDA/Mobile phone and after I read the article I all of sudden understood it. I am attached to the damn device! I cannot leave it alone, always on it. I was at a birthday party this past weekend and found that I was isolating myself because I was using the PDA checking e-mail and news etc... A little self control...
Internet and cell phones, and video games, do not have...
T-Mob @$$ed out!
Is it even a big deal?
At any rate, it just seems like Cingular is a little late with Helio there.
How does this jive with the deal between Helio and MySpace?
I can do this for free on helio...
I use it both for my kennel site and a personal one for friends and i would and will use this
weather you like myspace or not its a kewl thing when your phone company has something like this
if it were say .. a special phone scoop program then everyone here would jump on it .. just cause its mysapce ppl act like its something bad
if you dont use it .. good for you but for ppl like me who do it is a big deal .. i just dont think its going to be available for the 8525
and for the record something in the 8525 doesnt allow to leave comments and reply to friends so this would be something id use
hell anything cingular has that no one else...
1. Why the monthly fee?
2. Why pay for this when you can use opera mini and not have to pay?
1. You can upload photos to the site(you cant with opera mini
2.It sounds from the article it is alot easier to add friends,post comments and blogs.
3. You can search for...
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