Briefs: Vodafone, Google in mobile-search deal

Feb 14, 2006

Vodafone and Google said Tuesday they will work together to develop a mobile-search service.

The British mobile carrier said it will integrate Google's search capability into its consumer service, Vodafone live. Search results will be delivered through Vodafone's data networks.

"Our customers will be able to find relevant information and services faster, making the Vodafone live customer experience even better. Our intention is to develop our relationship with Google to ensure Vodafone customers continue to have the very best in mobile services," Alan Harper, strategy director at Vodafone, said in a news release.

Copyright 2006 by United Press International

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