UK share prices are available live to WAP phone users of a new service launched by the publishers of The Independent newspaper.
The mobile Internet portal, called iTouch, is accessible using WAP phones and, in addition to share prices, offers weather reports, classified advertising and the latest news and sports services.
iTouch has already launched in South Africa, Ireland and New Zealand.
Similar services will be launched in Australia and Israel. In the UK, iTouch is available across all four mobile networks, but insists it isn't competing with the operators' own WAP portals.
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