San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) June 4, 2008
With today's announcement, MogoTXT, Inc., a San Mateo, California-based mobile messaging company, is first to offer unlimited, free, one-to-one and group texting messaging to and from any cell phone or Apple iPod Touch.
Here is how it works:
Now anybody can use a web browser, a cell phone or an Apple iPod Touch to send text messages for free, by signing up with MogoTXT.com. In order to prevent SPAM, friends must also be registered. MogoTXT is advertiser-supported. Users write and send a text message. MogoTXT attaches a short ad at the bottom of each message. MogoTXT also asks users to view a very small number of other ads each month via text message. The advertisers pay for the messages and there is no membership fee.
MogoTXT has created a messaging console and other features to users manage their mobile lifestyle:
MogoTXT has built a messaging console that anybody can use to communicate with up to five different groups simultaneously. The Messaging Console also allows people to manage their mobile lifestyle by enabling people to invite and add new contacts, block undesired contacts, and to direct incoming messages to a computer or to a mobile device. MogoTXT has also created other features that enable users to join or drop out of text message groups while on the go.
MogoTXT unlocks the iPod Touch for texting:
For the first time ever, users of an Apple iPod Touch can send one-to-one or group text messages to other Apple iPod Touch users or to cell phone users. Users don't need to have a cell phone account or a cell phone number to send text messages using MogoTXT since the user will not pay for the messages. In the near future, MogoTXT's users will be able to send text messages using any networked or WiFi-enabled device - such as the Nintendo DS, Sony PSP, Nintendo Wii and other video game consoles.
Works on all major networks:
MogoTXT can deliver text messages to subscribers of all major cell phone carriers in the United States, such as Alltel, AT&T, Cellular One, Nextel, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Please note, however, that Verizon is not currently allowing its subscribers to participate in MogoTXT's group text messaging service. MogoTXT hopes to soon be able to offer group text messaging service to Verizon's subscribers.
"MogoTXT" is a trademark of MogoTXT, Inc. in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.