Sprint Nextel to link to MySpace Mobile

December 2007
RCR Wireless News;12/17/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 47, p16
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The article reports on a deal signed by Sprint Nextel Corp. with Fox Interactive Media that will give the carrier's subscribers free access to MySpace Mobile from its portal. It says that the Sprint Nextel will become the first carrier to allow users to link directly to the social-networking site as well as FOXSports.com on MSN, RottenTomatoes, Photobucket and some other Fox properties at no charge. Meanwhile, it mentions that MySpace has unveiled an advertisement-supported version of its site for mobile users.


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