Google launch SMS version of Gmail in Africa
July 19, 2012 Editor 0
Google has launched a text message-based version of its email service targeted at users in Africa.
Gmail SMS can run on so-called “dumb phones” which only have very basic features and no access to the internet.
The service has so far been made available in Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya.
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