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Webaroo announces launch of SMS GupShup’s WAP site

09-February-2008
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Webaroo announces launch of SMS GupShup’s WAP site

Webaroo has announced the launch of a mobile website for its SMS GupShup, a free group SMS service. Users can manage their accounts, groups and subscribers, and also search, browse, discover and subscribe to content, post text and picture messages. Additionally, the website also allows users to share favourite groups with friends.

“Concepts like blogging and social networking have widespread adoption on the web and we envision a similar phenomenon for the mobile. With the initial features of SMS GupShup, we addressed the bottom of the pyramid. The launch of the mobile website will additionally bring the richness of SMS GupShup to the mobile handset. This is another milestone in Webaroo’s commitment to bring the web and web experiences to people on the go,” explained Chirag Jain, VP, Webaroo.

A free mobile group SMS network service, SMS GupShup allows group owners to send out mass SMSes to all members. Webaroo claims to have more than millions of SMSes being sent over its network since its launch in May 2007.

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