1 Comment

Summary:

Montreal-based mobile messaging company OZ Communications says it launched a product today that will enable carriers and social networks to offer mobile social networks to cell phone subscribers. OZ customers include Cingular and T-Mobile. The company is also looking to add features which would allow mobile […]

Montreal-based mobile messaging company OZ Communications says it launched a product today that will enable carriers and social networks to offer mobile social networks to cell phone subscribers. OZ customers include Cingular and T-Mobile. The company is also looking to add features which would allow mobile users to access multiple social networks from the same OZ client. We guess every mobile company has to jump on this bandwagon at some point — maybe this had something to do with all that money they raised recently.

  1. OZ has a nice base to start from. I guess the proof will be in the pudding. If their social networking app is clearly best of breed, they’ll do fine. If not, all their distribution probably won’t make the difference. It’s not like OZ is a big consumer brand, like MySpace or even Friendster. They have a long way to go in that respect.

    The Hoff

    http://www.zannel.com

    Share

Comments have been disabled for this post