YuuZoo Registers Over 300,000 New Users In 100 First Days

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YuuZoo today announced it has registered over 300,000 users in 62 countries during its first 100 days of live operations.

YuuZoo, the fast growing new global mobile content, media and advertising company, today announced it has registered over 300,000 users in 62 countries during its first 100 days of live operations.

The registered user base is growing steadily with between 5,000 and 15,000 new registrations every day, keeping YuuZoo on track to register more than 1 million users around yearend 2008.

Says Ron Creevey, President of YuuZoo and Head of its new YuuZooNow! division, "We have seen a very positive response to our innovative mobile content offerings. Not only are we registering thousands of new users every day in the countries we market in, we have seen an astonishing viral spread of our services to markets all over the world; in Asia, in Africa, in South and North America as well as in Europe."

For more information on YuuZoo, please visit http://www.yuuzoo.com.

About YuuZoo:    
YuuZoo (http://www.yuuzoo.com) operates globally, and today offers more than 1 billion consumers in North America, Europe and Asia the ability to subscribe to a wide range of content and services that they can download and use on their mobile devices. Built on one of the industry's most advanced and robust technology platforms and offering a huge library of content from close to 400 leading global and local content providers, YuuZoo can through its billing agreements with more than 160 carriers in close to 50 countries provide users across the world with a new mobile world at their fingertips.

In addition to content, the company offers a broad range of highly targeted advertising opportunities for advertisers wanting to reach the billions of mobile users worldwide. Principal offices are located in Singapore, Los Angeles, New York, Beijing and Sydney.

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