TITLE

RAPID MESSAGE SERVICE V2.0 DEBUTS IN FIVE COUNTRIES

PUB. DATE
March 2005
SOURCE
Audiotex Update;Mar2005, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that HeyAnita Inc., has debuted Rapid Message Service (RMS) v2.0 internationally. Now available in five countries: U.S., Great Britain, France, Germany and Spain, RMS empowers both consumers and business people to communicate effectively on a global scale. The international availability enables local access for users and provides mobile operators with the opportunity to earn additional revenue and further optimize network capacity. RMS is text messaging without the text, enhancing traditional texting by allowing users to speak a message rather than typing it on their phone, regardless of the handset or network they are using.
ACCESSION #
16176744

 

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