August 2006
New Media Age;8/24/2006, p8
Trade Publication
This article presents news briefs on telecommunications technology in Great Britain. According to a report released by Corporation, BBC obtained a 20% share in the total Wireless Application Protocol audience in Great Britain. A market intelligence portal called Cheapflights Partner Portal has been launched by travel price-search firm Cheapflights. A partnership has been established by A-Z Map Co. with Billadam to provide maps of London, England on mobile phones.


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