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Flirtomatic available on Three – shocker

Picture_3_24I logged into Flirtomatic yesterday and found a message waiting for me from one of the uber attractive Flirtomatic team.   She was letting me know that you can actually use your Three mobile to browse Flirtomatic via wap.  (wap.flirtomatic.com).

I was a little suspect that they’d managed to get Three to open up their hugely annoying walled garden but went and found my Three phone.  I keep the Three phone plugged into the charger in my bedroom.  Why?  Well no one generally phones me on it and I like to keep it there as a reminder of just how patently useless the handset is to me, generally, because I can’t get open internet access on it.

I bashed out the URL on the handset and lo and behold, there it was — Flirtomatic via Wap.  It’s a very good service.  Really usable.  I browsed around and could do everything I can do online.  Top marks to them on making a wickedly good mobile version. 

Do you like the little Flirtomatic button I made?  I’ve put it on the main template now — just in case any wandering good looking single women are browsing SMS Text News and feel compelled to flirt.   😉 

On that point, I’m not doing that well on Flirtomatic — although I did get a nice message from Steve at iTAGG.  😉  Sorry Steve, if you put on a blonde wig and some heels, maybe 😉

You remember I send some messages to some users who were online when I was writing the Flirtomatic overview last week?  Well … nothing.  No response.  I think, perhaps, my profile is a bit too straight.  Maybe it doesn’t do to have me sat there in work clothes.  Perhaps I need to oil myself up a bit more, eh? 😉   

By Ewan

Ewan is Founder and Editor of Mobile Industry Review. He writes about a wide variety of industry issues and is usually active on Twitter most days. You can read more about him or reach him with these details.

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