Mobispine is ready to sell MMS on iPhone to global operators — who will then offer the service to end-users.
Right now, Mobispine is offering the MMS on iPhone service to its many global operators and is excited about the opportunity to enable MMS for iPhone users.
On the compnay’s website, Mobispine says they are “confident that operators will find the service easy to use and profitable with an opportunity to expand messaging usage, improve subscriber retention and increase revenue. The service will also increase customer loyalty and recognition as the brand is displayed on the user’s phone. The application will be branded for each operator and distributed via the App store.”
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Jonny Evans reports for Distorted-Loop, “Users can easily create a new MMS and attach a picture from an album on the phone or simply take a new snapshot with the camera. The application is integrated with the iPhone’s contacts for easy access. Some of the key features for end-users include the ability to easily send and receive messages from iPhone to any phone with a native and intuitive user interface.”
“The application also offers the ability to capture a picture via the iPhone camera or the option to select from existing photos,” Evans reports.
“Telius is expected to be in the vanguard of operators choosing to offer the service, we hope very much that O2 in the UK and carriers elsewhere shall implement this solution,” Evans reports.
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AppleInsider reports, “Swedish iPhone owners will soon have something they can hold over the heads of most other users of the touchscreen handset: an Apple-sanctioned way of sending and receiving picture and video messages. According to a report published by Macworld Sweden, Apple has given the go-ahead to its regional wireless partner Telia to develop its own MMS application for the iPhone.”
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