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Sprint Announces Free Mobile MySpace Partnership

12.13.2007 @ 12:50 PM in Technology
Sprint and Myspace
  • MySpace, the world’s most popular social network, and Sprint (News - Alert) have entered into mobile web partnership that would make it easy for Sprint phone customers to link to a free version of the online social network.
  • Sprint would be the first U.S. wireless carrier to link to the free MySpace Mobile Web site once it officially launches in early 2008.
  • Easy to use, the customers will not have to type a URL address, but instead will be able to click to access it from the Sprint portal.
  • In addition to the new MySpace Mobile, Sprint customers will also be able to directly link to other leading mobile Web sites from Fox Interactive Media (FIM), including IGN, FOXSports.com on MSN.
Sprint is always trying to connect their users with more functionality and outside resources, and they have the data rates to support their endevours as well. Teaming up with News Corps. for Myspace is another step in the long partnership Sprint has with Murdoch and friends; in 2002 Sprint started to stream FOX sports news and scores from FOXsports.com. Meh. I kinda think Myspace is a useless service only beneficial to advertisers and pedophiles, but hey, I'm not 14 anymore either. The new mobile version will have an updated look optimized for mobile view and offer features tailored directly at mobile users. Via internetcommunications.