Tweeting in 2G

Bahree, Megha
July 2010
Forbes Asia;Jul2010, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p30
The article focuses on Beerud Sheth, founder of Webaroo Inc. The company launched its service, called GupShup three years ago to offer two kinds of messaging services. The service buys network capacity in bulk from carriers so users are enabled to send text messages for free. Another offering lets users send out mass messages to everyone who signs up to a group. Sheth is an IIT graduate and later did research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Media Lab.


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