Customers will be able to upload photos taken on cellphones, read and respond to MySpace e-mails, update blog entries and view and search for friends from their handsets.
Media and other entertainment services are expected to be a major areas of growth for the wireless and media industries, analysts have said.
MySpace, one of the fastest-growing Internet services with more than 130 million user profiles, is also offered on cellphone service carrier Helios. But Cingular's version will be more expansive, MySpace said.
MySpace on Cingular phones
Posted on Tuesday, Dec 19 2006 @ 07:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cingular will offer Java-based MySpace services for $2.99 per month.