Vodafone is working with Internet Service Provider, Internet Technology Group (ITG), to enable its subscribers to receive and send email using their handsets.
Subscribers can use their email accounts with ITG?s Global Internet subsidiary to send and receive filtered messages of up to 160 characters. The feature will be available within the next two months and will include instant notification of incoming email, the ability to only receive urgent messages.
The tariffs have yet to be finalised but a Global Internet spokesperson said it could be based on a subscription fee with additional charges for each message pick up.
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