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Mobile Content Bits: Indie Site, Nimbuzz/O2, Ericsson App Store

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Independent.co.uk: INM is taking on Bluestar Mobile to overhaul its flagship mobile site, in its first client win since being bought by Germany’s YOC. Bluestar will also do marketing for the site, which will include targeted ads. The Indie says it has 240,000 mobile users now.

Nimbuzz: The social network and IM service aggregator has won a deal to be pre-installed on Toshiba’s TG01 smartphone on O2 in Germany. Release and video.

Ericsson: The Swedish telecoms equipment maker has released a hosted app store aimed at carriers who don

One Response to “Mobile Content Bits: Indie Site, Nimbuzz/O2, Ericsson App Store”

  1. Great News, it looks that VoIP services are in action. Nokia and skype deal, Nimbuzz and Toshiba deal, it is all the indications that VoIP is all set to get there share from operators. Fring, Vopium and truphone are also quality service providers in VoIP industry.