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Topic # 25826 2-Sep-2008 19:36
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I went to form a company on the Companies Office website today and noticed that they now offer services for mobiles.
I had a look at the url via my iPhone and it is looking pretty smart, I got a friend to look at it on his PDA and it appears as though they have optimised it for iPhones.

Great to see a government agency taking the lead.

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  Reply # 161703 2-Sep-2008 22:30
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Yup, works fine - and it's great to finally be able to search for a company without installing java!

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Reply # 161704 2-Sep-2008 22:36
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Works great on the blackberry too!

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  Reply # 161705 2-Sep-2008 22:42

Very nice indeed good work

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  Reply # 161739 3-Sep-2008 08:11
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They have had an old WAP-1 wml based services for quite a while too, was quite surprising in it's day as it was the fitt real tme dynamic wap site I came across back then.

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  Reply # 162011 4-Sep-2008 07:14
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Works pretty well.  They also have an SMS search that allows you to see whether a car has money owing on it - so you don't buy someone elses debt. pretty useful - not overly pretty yet however.

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