> Actually my question was aimed at how operators can move users from SMS
> messages to browser-based services like WAP or i-mode in Europe. Can
> european operators use "WAP push" to move users from SMS to WAP sites and
> their WAP portals? Similarly can european supporters of i-mode use an
> i-mode form of "WAP push" to move users from SMS to i-mode? I believe these
> questions have implications for competition between i-mode and SMS and
> implications for how european operators will eventually move from SMS to
> some form of browser-based service.
Hm, I am not sure I understand your question...SMS can not get
replaced with browser services...if my friend sends me an SMS,
I can reply. That's user generated content and you don't need any
kind of browser interface for it.
The same in Japan, if somebody sends me email, I can reply.
No browser interface necessary.
Can you try to rephrase your question?
Juergen Specht, CTO, Nooper.com - Mobile Services Inc., Tokyo, Japan
i-mode & FOMA consulting, development, testing: http://nooper.co.jp
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Received on Thu May 8 10:13:42 2003