|New web'n'walk Internet service for mobiles|
Posted: 29-Jun-2005 [Source: T-Mobile]
[Google's search engine to be preset as homepage on T-Mobile phones.]
T-Mobile and Google Inc. will be working in close cooperation in the future to provide the new web'n'walk services. The objective is to improve user-friendliness, increase the advantages and boost the speed of Internet access when using the net via T-Mobile cell phones. With web'n'walk, T-Mobile is offering customers attractive service packages for mobile access to the World Wide Web. These packages include innovative cell phones, rapid mobile data transmission and tempting prices.
As part of the partnership, the Google search engine will be preset as the Internet homepage on the T-Mobile phones. Thus, at the touch of a few buttons, mobile Internet surfers will have the award-winning Google search engine at their disposal. Another facet of the partnership between the two companies will be joint marketing activities aimed at high-level marketing of mobile access to the free Internet.
By providing the Google search engine, T-Mobile is giving its customers who access the Internet from a cell phone using the new web'n'walk service the ideal starting point for excursions into the World Wide Web. Google reaches over eight billion web pages throughout the world and automatically displays the key search results first. That way, users obtain nearly instant access to the information they want. The homepage with the Google search engine and other useful links will initially be available on Sidekick II, MDA compact, MDA III, the new model of SDA and the Nokia models 6680 9300 and 9500.
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