Tocmag.com Launches a Revolutionary Mobile Phone Service Allowing People to Build or Download Magazines to Their Mobile Phone

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Tocmag.com today launches a revolutionary mobile phone (cell phone) service which allows people to send and receive unlimited video, text and pictures on a mobile phone, anywhere in the world and at anytime, completely free of charge.

Tocmag.com (http://www.tocmag.com), a mobile phone entertainment company announces the launch of a brand new, free to use mobile phone content system for both business and private users. Tocmag.com provides users with the ability to create mini magazines for mobile phones containing multiple pages of text, images and video which are downloaded and read using a Java mobile phone. Tocmag magazines are created as either private or public magazines; private magazines are just for the authors friends and the public magazines are added to the Tocmag.com web site and shared with the other users. Mike Frampton, Head of Technology at Tocmag describes the Tocmag service as "It is the first time people can create their own meaningful content for their mobile phone and send it anywhere in the world. With our free to use system, there is no limit to how much text or how many pictures or video users can send, meaning that people will no longer be restricted by the limitations of SMS or MMS. Whether you want to send some video files to a friend for fun or run a world wide advertising campaign direct to mobile phones, tocmag provides the ability to reach phones in any country, at any time and as often as needed."

Business users, regardless of their size have an excellent mobile marketing, promotion and entertainment tool and the individual user has a fun tool with which they can use to send cool stuff to their friends. The service (accessed via http://www.tocmag.com) provides a simple to use content upload and layout tool which guides people through the process of building multi-media mobile content. Mike Frampton adds, "I hope Tocmag will become popular with the Blogging community, those that blog or podcast can now get their message and content on mobile phones. We would like to see both citizen journalist and global marketers meet on Tocmag and provide cell phone owners with free and worthwhile content."

Tocmag is completely free of charge to use, and the system only requires users to register for the service if they wish to build a Tocmag magazines. Users who only want to download a tocmag to their phone need not register. Downloading a tocmag is simple, users only need to type http://www.tocmag.com/"magname"; into their phones web browser to start the download process, this can also be sent as an SMS from one person to another. Users wishing to test their phone and network can download a test magazine from http://www.tocmag.com/demomag, this will download a simple magazine to their phone. As long as the phone has been set up for data transferring the magazine will download quickly.

Users of Tocmag will be charged a small amount for the data download by their mobile network operator and Tocmag advises people to check their operator contract before downloading. The average size of a Tocmag mobile magazine is between 60-100k, however if video is included with the magazine then this will increase.

New users can go to http://www.tocmag.com to read more.

About Tocmag.com

Tocmag.com is a mobile and cellular phone entertainment company based in London, England and Gothenburg Sweden. The company was founded in 2001 by a group of industry specialists passionate about delivering exciting and worthwhile content to mobile phones, blogging, and citizen journalism. Tocmag.com own and operate the web portal called http://www.tocmag.com where users can choose to build or download mini magazines to their mobile phone. The core technology behind the tocmag.com portal is also available from http://www.threeoclock.com to companies requiring a tailored 'white-label' solution. For more information visit http://www.threeoclock.com.

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