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Thursday, December 13, 2007
MySpace and Sprint in Mobile Partnership


U.S. wireless operator Sprint Nextel Corp will make it easier for its cell phone customers to link to a free version of online social network MySpace.

Instead of typing the entire address, cell phone users will be able to connect to the Myspace service by clicking a link, the companies said in a joint statement.

The deal will also include links to News Corp's other Internet properties, including FOXSports.com and IGN.


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