Sprint Shows Wireless E-Mail Service
January 9, 2002
According to company, the software provides real-time access to information and doesn't require synchronization. Besides personal information, users also can access files stored on their desktop computer.
The technology was developed by Redwood City, California-based SEVEN. Besides accessing the information via a wireless phone, users can access the information on their desktop via a standard Web browser.
In a statement, the company said the new service is part of their effort to make next-generation wireless service, with access speeds as high as 144 Kbps, more attractive. Sprint has said it is rolling out the service by mid-year.
The company provided no availability or pricing information for the service.
By allNetDevices Staff. Copyright © 2001 INT Media Group, Incorporated.