Austria, Germany and Italy gain free mobile email service

Momail, a free email service for mobile devices, has launched in Austria, Germany and Italy, a Telecomworldwire report said.

According to the company, Momail is easy to start and to use, as there is no need for client software or downloads. The solution uses MMOPE technology, which optimises all e-mails, including attachments, reducing the volume of data sent by up to 99.9% using various techniques. This speeds up transmission and reduces the amount of storage space needed on the deivce itself. Momail also has spam and virus protection.

New users can now register via internet or mobile at http://www.momail.at, http://www.momail.de or http://www.momail.it. The service is is free of charge and works on all mobiles with integral email support. It is available in the UK, Nordic countries, Austria, Italy, Germany and Poland. The company plans to add more countries in 2008, beginning with BeNeLux.

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