AT&T Opens Up Social Networking Gateway
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Sep 9, 2008, 8:05 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today AT&T announced the availability of My Communities, a software dashboard that lets people manage multiple online social networking sites from a single console on their mobile phone. Using the software, users can upload photos from their phone, view and respond to new messages, approve and deny friend requests and view and post new comments across multiple sites. The software is compatible with 23 different phone models, and costs $3 per month. It is available through the AT&T MEdia Mall.
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Nice Idea, Should be free with a data plan.
Nokia has Nokia Chat which is free and can be used on most of their phones, while maybe not be as extensive, is rather nice.