Coming Year Will See Data-Based Media Buying, More Contextual Ads and Better Use of Mobile Advertising
SMS alerts, spend management tools and opt-out arrangements for Australians using their mobile phone overseas will become available soon under a new Australian Communications and Media Authority standard announced today.
Australians who are Deaf, hearing or speech impaired will now be able to live more independently thanks to two new communications services switched on today.
Dialogue Communications, leading specialist in global mobile messaging solutions, is strengthening the reach of its Platinum Connectivity Messaging Service for Wholesale SMS by adding new platinum countries. Dialogue will be attending next week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (27 February – 1 March 2012) to engage with operators to further its international Platinum footprint and strengthen its presence in existing territories.
SMS appointment reminders are one of the most effective ways of reducing no-shows and cancellations for any business that deals with customer appointments.The launch of AppointmentSMS.com.au gives aussie businesses an easy and affordable way to schedule SMS reminders for their customers, and it works entirely through the web browser!
eBuddy Introduces eBuddy XMS, Free Real-Time SMS for Smartphones Global Messaging Leader Enters New, Fast Growing Text Messaging Sector
Global messaging leader eBuddy (with 30million users, including 500,000 in Australia) this week made Australia one of the first two countries in the world to receive eBuddy XMS, its newest free smartphone app. eBuddy XMS sends real-time free SMS messages from any smartphone to any other smartphone--whether Android or iPhone and is integrated with Facebook. (A BlackBerry version is due out soon.)
Alacrity Technologies to join the NICTA e-Government Cluster as SME Foundation Member
Research commissioned by Acision reveals market need for tools to curb unwanted & inappropriate mobile messages · Over 90 per cent of consumers would like more control over preventing unwanted messages· Over 80 per cent of parents want more control over their children’s mobile messaging· 76 per cent of parents would welcome a feature that allows them to prevent some individuals from exchanging messages with their children· 14 per cent of children under ten own a mobile phone
Sybase 365, a subsidiary of Sybase, Inc., the global leader in mobile messaging and mobile commerce services, today announced that it has processed more than one trillion inter-operator messages since the company launched the first SMS interoperability messaging hub in 2001. One trillion messages is equivalent to processing approximately 32,000 messages per second for every second of one year.
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