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Thursday, June 14, 2007 

Meemo - Mobile e-mail

meemo.jpgE-mail on the go is no longer limited to those who shell out for a Blackberry, Treo, or Windows Mobile device. Canadian company OnceanLake Commerce, just debuted memo, a mobile e-mail service compatible with any Web-enabled handset that can receive text messages.

Set up the service to watch your e-mail, and it will send a text message to your phone with a link to a an inbox Web page. Meemo costs $6.99 per month, and works with Alltel, AT&T (formerly Cingular), Sprint/Nextel, Verizon Wireless, though some other wireless networks will also work. While memo hypes the service as being a cost-effective solution compared to e-mail capable devices like the Blackberry, you are best to add in the cost of a data and text plan or you’ll be spending 10 cents for each spam message that reaches your inbox.

source: MobileCrunch

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Hey man, I was just lookin' around to see what people are saying about Meemo. I just noticed, you have it here as 6.99/Month, but it's 5 bucks a month. I use it for business, and it's pretty good. You should check out the site if you don't use it already, they give out free trials - that's what got me hooked.


I doubt you will every respond but, am I understanding this correctly, this is email on my phone?

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