2Roam, iWon Ink Deal For Wireless Delivery

Mack, Ann M.
September 2000
Adweek Eastern Edition;9/11/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 37, p59
Reports on a deal between wireless application service provider 2Roam and Internet firm iWon.com. Transfer of iWon.com's content to mobile devices; IWon's plan to extend their brand presence; Other clients of 2Roam.


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