Now without Internet Twitter can be accessed on mobile phones
Singapore, 6th December 2013:
An online social networking and micro blogging service, Twitter Inc, is linking up with a Singapore-based startup to make its 140-character messaging service obtainable to users in appearing markets that have entry-level mobiles that cannot access the Internet.
Twitter can be at everybody’s service on mobile phones as per saying of chief executive and co-founder Sumesh Menon, U2opia Mobile. The aforementioned entity has an agreement with Facebook Inc. over rendering the service of Twitter in the first quarter of next year.
According to Menon, Twitter users have to dial a simple code to get a feedback of the well-liked trending topics. More than 11 million people from all over the world operate U2opia’s Fonetwish service that helps to access Facebook and G-talk on mobile in the absence of a data connection.
According to the reports, till now 230 million people using Twitter and held a triumphant initial public offering last month, which cherished the company at around $25 billion. U2opia utilizes a telecom protocol that is identified as USSD, or Unstructured Supplementary Service Data. USSD does not allow viewing of pictures, videos or other graphics.
Menon also added that USSD is act as a channel for Twitter is almost hand in glove for the reason that Twitter has by design a character limit. Twitter is a very text-driven social site. In emerging markets, eight out of 10 users are still not accessing data on their phone.
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