Rakesh Mathur, co-founder of Junglee and an investor in the parent company of GigaOM recently launched GupShup, an SMS-based Twitter-meets-Group chat service that had over 4 million subscribers now. Unlike Twitter, they have spent their energies on making the service SMS friendly. Given that PC penetration remains low in India, and people love to SMS, GupShup has left PC browser to be used primarily for management of groups. We have set-up GigaOM group on GupShup. Check it out and get our alerts via SMS. In India send you can join your group by simply sending “Join gigaom” to 567673434.
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