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Posted on 24-May-2003 14:26
If you can send e-mails from your mobile phone (either via an SMS gateway or from a html or wml browser), then you can get some free services from mgopher.
The service is really easy to use: you send an e-mail to a special address, and receive a reply with the results of your request.
For instance, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Boston, MA" in the body, and receive back a reply with the current weather and forecast.
The services currently available are:
eBay latest auction bids
lowest prices for products
411 info (phone directory)
The service is free, and the homepage contains instructions on how to use it. Prices and info available for US only, apparently.
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