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Messenger Applications for Mobile Phones

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I was looking for a messenger application for my cell. After a time I found an application called MiM with witch you can access your MSN and Yahoo! Messenger contacts.

It seems that it is in a promotional period and its download is completly free, without need of sending any SMS or similar tricks to take away our money, not like other "called free applications" that force you to send 3 or 4 SMS to a premium number. :rolleyes:

You can download it using your cell web or wap navigator going to http://mim.mms.es. If you are searching a messenger and are curious about it, take a look. It is really cool. :P

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It seems that the link I gave doesn't work anymore. I was searching and they have changed the url for this other one:

http://mmsmim.com

Accessed via PC it shows a forum and a download tutorial, and with the wap/web navigator of the mobile phone it offers the download of MiM.

Sorry for the mess. :rolleyes:

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It seems that the link I gave doesn't work anymore. I was searching and they have changed the url for this other one:

http://mmsmim.com

Accessed via PC it shows a forum and a download tutorial, and with the wap/web navigator of the mobile phone it offers the download of MiM.

Sorry for the mess. :rolleyes:

Hey, try IM+. Great software!

Download here

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Hello, I'm using Fring for some time now. Its i believe still in Beta stage, but it works fine.

It can use SIP, MSN, ICQ, Skype accounts. It can be used for chat and also "live" talks. SIP i use for voipbuster, when using it over GPRS its like talking with walkietalkie but if both side dont talk to fast and dont talk at the same time its usable.

I installed it on my MDA Vario. :D

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