Info2cell.com hits 120,000 users for World Cup

Wireless information service provider, Info2cell.com, has registered 120,000 subscribers in eight countries around the region for its World Cup 2002 SMS alerts.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  June 9, 2002

Wireless information service provider, Info2cell.com, has registered 120,000 subscribers in eight countries around the region for its World Cup 2002 SMS (Short Message Service) alerts. Delivered in both English and Arabic, the service provide sports enthusiasts with updated scores and news of World Cup 2002 in UAE, Syria, Oman, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain.

“We have always believed in introducing pioneering and ground-breaking services that add value to the lives of our esteemed customers. With World Cup mania sweeping the region, we felt that it was highly appropriate to introduce the SMS World Cup alerts for the benefit of football fans,” says Bashar Dahabra, founder & CEO of Info2cell.com.

“Our editorial team, made up of hand-picked sports journalists in partnership with feeds from top news agencies, will be reporting and editing World Cup 2002 news items 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,” he adds.

Users are able to customise the service to ensure that they only receive alerts regarding the teams they want to hear about by vistiting Info2cell’s World Cup website, www.worldcup2sms.com. Online, they will also have access to detailed information about the match schedules, teams and biographies.

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