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Subject: RE: UKNM: WAP (was UKNM: Internet Marketing)
From: Georgia Cameron-Clarke
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 1999 17:23:03 GMT

Presumably it works more like Pull instead of Push. You would only get an
offer like that if you volunteered for it. Reading an SMS uses next to no
battery compared to speaking.


At 13:03 29/11/99 +0000, you wrote:
>Maybe I'm being unfairly flippant, but if my phone is going to send me SMS
>messages or whatever everytime I pass a shop signed up to this service, then
>how long is my phone's battery going to last?
>And surely it will be even worse if you're in a car - as you'll be covering
>a greater distance in a shorter period of time (especially in urban areas)..
>is this not likely to drive mobile users insane?
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: philip gusterson [philipgustersonathotmail [dot] com (mailto:philipgustersonathotmail [dot] com)]
> > Sent: 29 November 1999 10:23
> > To: uk-netmarketingatmail [dot] chinwag [dot] com
> > Subject: UKNM: Internet Marketing
> >
> My client is
> > designing marketing strategies and proprietary software to
> > reach them. For
> > example, when you walk past Starbucks you would get an email
> > to your phone
> > offering you a free coffee if you pop in.
> ><snip>
> > Philip Gusterson
> > philipgustersonathotmail [dot] com
> > http://www.gusterson.co.uk

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