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Comments from feedback form - "very nice arita"003:06, 18 March 2011
Hardly a technological breakthrough002:03, 27 February 2011
Comments from feedback form - "this reads like a press releas..."103:17, 26 February 2011
This looks awesome202:37, 24 February 2011

Comments from feedback form - "very nice arita"

very nice arita

202.45.119.29 (talk)03:06, 18 March 2011

Hardly a technological breakthrough

Yes, it has many benefits, but it isn't nothing new, let alone a marvel of technlogy. Similar services existed for years.

199.212.73.20 (talk)02:03, 27 February 2011

Comments from feedback form - "this reads like a press releas..."

this reads like a press release.

205.175.225.23 (talk)12:21, 24 February 2011

That may be because part of it is sourced from a press release :) How else do we get information, it's a release for the press :D

BarkingFish (talk)03:17, 26 February 2011
 

This looks awesome

Wow, if they can give you facebook without internet access, how long until the rest of the internet doesn't require a wifi connection?

Ashershow1talk00:31, 23 February 2011

Wow this is real great news, thums up to the developers , it will be a big hit in developing countries where most people dont own a high end phone.

119.155.44.78 (talk)21:05, 23 February 2011
 

From my understanding, this is just basicly using SMS with a neat api

24.36.115.4 (talk)02:37, 24 February 2011