Mobile operator Orange has launched a free online photo album for storing mobile phone digital images.
Images can then be edited, shared or printed, and the album can be viewed on a mobile device or by anyone with an internet connection.
As soon as a customer takes a photo on their handset, Orange Photography prompts them to upload the image by Photo Messaging it to ALBUM (25286).
The Pixota instant upload and viewing application is provided by InAMobile.
Orange sees the service as a step forward in convenience and security. " Customers like taking photos on their phones, but want to make sure they're kept safe," said Tony Cuthbertson, head of multimedia and data services at Orange UK.
"The automatic prompt means that consumers can upload an image with minimum effort and hassle."
After a one-month free trial, unlimited uploads costs £4 per month (UK only) and includes 30 MMS messages.
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