M&G Online, now on your cellphone (v1.00), to get it do this once-off (R1 once off cost):

SMS mg to 32368


It’ll send you a wap push, which is the easiest way to go to it and bookmark the site. Tell me what you think.

13 Responses to “M&G Online on your cellphone”
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  10. Jay — nah its just a name, doesnt offer anything extra. You could set up a normal website on .mobi…

    truly complex sites (like M&G Online) however never scale properly to a mobile screen… they literally have to be redesigned and repackaged…

    matt

  11. Awesome…I should not be so lazy and rather google this but I’ll fire off another question:

    This .mobi gig… does it just offer a competiting domain to eg .com or does it actually provide an alternative technology.

    For instance, have the euro cell providers found a way to re-render an existing pc web page into a downscalable pda verison without the need for creating wap duplicates etc?

    Could you expand?

  12. Jason first of all this is not SMS news alerts…its a mobile (wap if you like) website. You are international so the SMS shortcode wont work… but you can access it by typing in http://wap.mg.co.za into your Blackberry.

    We are also about to launch SMS alerts — and YES! I think they’ll work.

    .mobi is far from a gimmick!!! But very very important!!!

  13. Dude, been waiting for this….Would a user really sign up for SMS news alerts….how many subscribers thus far?

    Also what are your thoughts on this new .MOBI domain extension introduced by the Euro Cell providers?

    A sleeping giant or just a gimmick?

    Jason

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