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T-Mobile Juices Up with JuiceCaster

juicecaster.jpgJuiceCaster, a mobile social-networking service,
is set to launch on T-Mobile USA. The wireless carrier will make JuiceCaster version 6.0 available on 12
of its top handsets. T-Mobile joins Alltel, US Cellular and Cricket
Wireless as the US operators who provide JuiceCaster to their mobile
subscribers.

JuiceCaster instantly connects users to their online lives. It enables
easy, one-touch sharing of pictures and videos directly from a camera
phone to more than 20 top online social-networking and blogging sites,
including MySpace, Facebook and Twitter. Additionally, the latest
version of JuiceCaster, 6.0, now includes the ability for users to post
and watch real-time video status updates on their mobile devices.

“People network online, but live on their
phones now more than ever,” said Nick Desai,
CEO of Juice Wireless, Inc. “By enabling users
to easily capture and post desired content to their online profiles and
update their status with real-time videos, we provide unprecedented
capabilities in the social communications arena. We are thrilled to
launch JuiceCaster on T-Mobile, a leading innovative wireless operator.
Now, even more people can get JuiceCaster directly on their phones and
start living a connected life.”

JuiceCaster 6.0 will be offered at $2.99 per month for unlimited use on
T-Mobile handsets by early May. Members connect and communicate in a
rich social-networking environment that includes profiles, pictures,
videos, friend lists, comments, ratings and personal status updates, all
on the mobile phone. JuiceCaster was recently nominated for the 2008
Webby Awards, the “Oscars of the Internet,”
in the Mobile Social Networking category.