March 2007
Worldwide Videotex Update;Mar2007, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p5
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The article reports that PacificNet Inc., a leading provider of Customer Relationship Management (CRM), electronic-commerce and gaming technology in China, has announced that MOABC, its wireless application protocol (WAP) portal, was ranked among the 2006 Top Ten Most Promising Internet Companies in an industry peer ranking. MOABC.com, a leading mobile Internet portal in China, features mobile social networking, mobile games and entertainment and provides a variety of mobile Internet services.


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