Alltel debuts avatars for messaging service

Alltel Wireless is launching an animated MMS service that allows users to send messages using 3D avatars, photos and their own voices.

The service, called Alltel Avatars, is powered by Vidiator, a 3G multimedia platform, and looks to bring a higher level of personalization to messaging, going beyond the usual emoticons.

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