Mumbai: Youth-focussed mobile service provider Virgin Mobile has tied up with MySpace for providing social networking services.
According to a press release, under the agreement, MySpace would provide its social networking services on Virgin Mobile’s WAP-enabld phones.
The partnership will enthuse Virgin Mobile’s youth customers by providing them instant access to world’s largest social networking site at no extra-cost on handsets starting at Rs2,999, the release said.
MySpace, a unit of Fox Interactive Media, is a premier lifestyle portal connecting global community by integrating web profiles, instant messaging, blogs etc.
With the access to the online community, Virgin Mobile users can now actively meet/add their friends on the fly as well as share photos, journals and interests with their growing network of mutual friends, it said.