February 21, 2008

WebMessenger provides mobile real-time presence, VoIP and collaboration products for enterprises and employees on-the-go. They recently announced that they were offering their personal instant messenger for free.

One of the biggest issues has been to run instant messaging clients on a Blackberry. You can now easily access AIM, Google, MSN, and Yahoo from your BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Symbian, Palm, smartphone or PDA through WebMessenger for free.

Before you try to get them working on your Blackberry, you need to set up an account on the WebMessenger site. You simply tell them your logins for each of the IM networks out there and then when you login on the mobile device, all your contacts will be there.

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