Wednesday, September 07, 2005

3 drops the walls

Its looks like 3 UK will finally give users real access to the internet via their mobile phones. At the moment 3 limits users to there own portal, which is less than perfect for those wanting more than just short videos and ring tones. Over the next few weeks they look set to allow users to access a number of independent, mobile phone optimized, sites, hopefully allowing for more in the way of news and views.

I have been on 3 for about 6 months now and this would defiantly see me using my phone more. Given their focus on the high speed, high data rate 3G phones this really seems like a very logical much, which has been a long time coming. While their current portal is reasonable for those looking for downloadable content it has virtually nothing in the way of the up-to-date news I tend to use the net for. Now I am just waiting for the £20 a meg charge… I love 3.

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