Yahoo will provide email, news and financial information to mobile phone users in Germany under a deal signed this week.
Mannesmann Mobilfunk's D2, Germany's largest mobile operator, will give subscribers access to Yahoo's Internet services via their handsets.
Subscribers will need special handsets that use the wireless application protocol (Wap) to read the mini Web sites, written in wireless markup language.
The deal is Yahoo's first with a European mobile operator and further agreements with other European operators are expected.
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