Verizon Wireless, Leap ink MMS agreement

Verizon Wireless and Leap Wireless today announced an MMS interoperability agreement that will let subscribers on both networks share picture and video messages. The service is powered by Mobile 365. Verizon Wireless has inked similar agreements with Cingular Wireless and US Cellular. US carriers have been working to forge interoperability deals since agreeing to inter-carrier MMS guidelines last fall. Similar interoperability agreements were credited for helping drive SMS traffic in the US market.

For more on the latest US MMS interoperability deal:
- see this story from Mobiledia

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