The new service, called BT Cellnet Genie Internet Platform —
available at www.genie.co.uk — offers
a range of content and supporting applications such as e-mail.
“By continuing to partner with leading mobile operators such as BT Cellnet,
Phone.com has established the standard way for carriers to deliver the
Internet to millions of wireless phone users worldwide,” said Ben Linder,
VP of Marketing at Phone.com.
“Our relationship with BT Cellnet marks a significant trend of broad-scale
deployments of WAP-based services in the European marketplace.”
Phone.com’s UP.Link Server Suite is an open system that makes it possible
interactive Internet information services and value-added telephony
applications to run on wireless handsets running the UP.Browser
The extensive list of Genie services includes G-Mail, a Web-based email
G-Info, with reports on subjects such as shares, sport and travel, the
G-Live text alert service which brings users the latest scores of their
top Premiership club, and G-Live Grand Prix which carries exclusive audio
A second version, called U.Genie, is
aimed at 16-24 year olds.