We knew about "Youth Friendly" Helio and their MySpace partnership - but they are not alone, as Cingular has not only joined the ranks , but upped the ante in the process.
Cingular's deal promises a "more expansive" offering. Expansive looks a lot like "expensive", in fact, that users will be charged an extra $2.99 per month to upload photos taken on their handsets to their profile, read / respond to MySpace emails, update their blog entries, and search / view friend profiles on their handsets. Apparently, these not-so-outrageous niceties are costing users due to the "small Java application" that they can download, which presumably makes accessing these luxuries an easy and painless process. About "30 cellphone models" will initially be supported, with another 20 or so to follow suit, and while online videos aren't currently supported, that functionality should be launched "sometime in 2007."