Friday, January 11, 2008

Momail Now Available on Over 1000 Mobile Phones

Momail has passed yet another milestone with its popular mobile email service. Already the market leader in devices supported, Momail now hits the 1000 mark.

Examples of the latest and upcoming models compatible with Momail are the Apple iPhone, LG KU990 Viewty, Motorola MOTORAZR V9 and MOTO Q9h, Nokia N82 and 8800 Arte, Samsung I450, J200 and P520 Armani and the SonyEricsson K660i, W380i and W890i.

”In UK the GPS and the digital photo frame has been selected as this year’s “must-have” Christmas gifts, but if we count the number of units sold during the holiday season, the mobile phone will win again this year. We estimate that more than 300 million mobile phones will be sold worldwide this quarter: In UK alone, approximately 6 million handsets will be sold, and Momail functions on almost all of them”, says Roger Grönberg, CEO of Momail.

Of the more than 1.1 billion mobile phones that will be sold this year, more than 80 percent include built-in email support, and Momail intends to be first choice on markets where launched. Today Momail is available in the five Nordic countries, the UK, and will launch in Germany and Poland very soon. Momail will continue to expand its offering across many countries throughout 2008.

”Many consumers will receive a mobile phone this Christmas, and of course we hope they will be used for mobile email and Momail. Momail makes it very easy to get started and it’s patented technology optimizes every email for each mobile’s specific requirements, thus, saving an average of 82 percent of the data traffic to the mobile. Therefore, Momail is the fastest and most cost effective mobile communication solution available today,” says Roger Grönberg.

Availability and price
Momail is free of charge and works on all mobiles with built-in email support. The service is available in the UK and in all Nordic countries. From December onwards many more countries will be added, beginning with Poland and Germany. Free registration is available via the mobile.

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