New IStockphoto Deal Brings Stock Images To Your Cell Phone

Posted: Apr 11 2007, 2:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:29am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New iStockphoto deal brings stock images to your cell phone
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Have you ever looked for a cool, generic wallpaper for your cell phone? It can be a chore. That's probably why iStockphoto has announced a new deal with mobile service specialist Amust Entertainment.

The new content deal will bring thousands (over 5000 to be exact) of stock photos to an easily navigated cell phone interface. Orange, O2, T-Mobile, Virgin, and Vodafone are all on tap to deliver the images via mBlox, a mobile transaction network."People want their gadgets to feel uniquely theirs, including their mobile phones. Amuse and iStock have now opened a new range of personalisation possibilities with iStock’s diverse, global image collection," said iStockphoto VP Garth Johnson.

The UK will serve as the pilot location for the new service, and depending on the success, it may make its way to other areas of the globe.

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By Eric Raby

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