Funrungames Makes eMSN Free

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FunRunGames has decided to make the full vesion of eMSN free. eMSN is one of the most popular MSN messengers for mobile phones with Java. The decision of Funrungames is based on a new strategy to gain market share as fast as possible.

FunRunGames has decided to make the full vesion of eMSN free. eMSN is one of the most popular MSN messengers for mobile phones with Java. The decision of Funrungames is based on a new strategy to gain market share as fast as possible.        

"In a few months time we have had more than 100,000 trial downloads. However a lot of people are not used to pay for an MSN-like service even if it's only a little amount of money. This resulted in only a few thousand purchases. We now go for market share and at the end we will give companies the opportunity to advertise on eMSN in such a way that it is really effective for them and not disturbing for the eMSN-users," says Bjorn Bon, Director of Funrungames.

eMSN's full version can be downloaded for free from http://www.funrungames.com

About FunRunGames.com

We are a young company founded in 2003 and specialize in fun games for mobile phones. For maximum interoperability, we focus on the open and widely supported technologies MIDP1.0 and MIDP2.0. We further develop tailor made server technology that allows for multi user applications, reliable transaction logging, and secure customer registration.

Funrungames.com formerly released:

-eMSN, a real MSN messenger with emoticon support that runs on most Java-enabled phones.

-Funrun, a massive multi-player action game in which multiple players worldwide can compete on their mobile phones in real-time. In a virtual arena, diamonds and time-bonuses can be gathered, and various armor can be used to attack others.

-FunGamble, a slot machine on your mobile.

We present these applications on our website http://www.funrungames.com. You can contact us via email at info@runrungames.com.

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