PixelJump's Do-It-Yourself Mobile Delivery Enters Beta - Content Creators and Mobile Users Sought to Create and Sell Wallpaper, Ringtones, and More

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PixelJump introduces non-expiring mobile content delivery in beta launch. Company seeks content creators and mobile phone users to trial their technology delivering content for as low as $0.25.

PixelJump, a provider of paid mobile content technology, announced the beta launch of it's wallpaper and ring-tone delivery system including web-to-phone content delivery of wallpapers and ring-tones for as low as $0.25.

During the beta phase, PixelJump is actively looking for mobile phone users to receive non-expiring ring-tones and wallpapers to validate their technology. Content providers are also being recruited to sell their wallpapers and ring-tones direct to mobile phone users.

"We expect to grow our content and user base through this beta period," said Gerry MacKenzie, CTO of PixelJump, "As we validate our technology, we will also enable musicians and graphic artists to deliver and sell their works to larger audiences."

PixelJump uses proven online payment technology from BitPass to deliver paid content economically for the content providers using the system.

About PixelJump

PixelJump is a mobile entertainment technology company, founded October 2002 by a team of senior ecommerce veterans, video game designers and graphic arts professionals from the resurgent New York City wireless technology scene. PixelJump has created a unique nexus of device, network, media, and mobile payment technologies that will change the nature of the booming mobile entertainment space. Its ground-breaking service will create dramatically larger marketplace for visual artists, game designers and musicians to reach the wireless media consumer, and enable unforeseen new forms of mobile entertainment.

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Gerald MacKenzie, CTO & Co-founder