Cellphone-based social networking

February 2006
Telecom Asia;Feb2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p30
Trade Publication
The article features the new MocoSpace from MOffY and JNJ Mobile intended for users in the Asia-Pacific region. This mobile communication application brings the power of social networking to mobile users. MocoSpace, which is similar to the popular Internet-based community Friendster, allows users to find friends through cellphone-based community. Its application includes mobile blogs, public and private chat rooms, forums, searchable files, and photos ratings.


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