New Wireless Service Awaits StarHub Mobile's Users

Singapore based StarHub is deploying the Microsoft Mobile Information Server (MMIS) to allow business users to wirelessly sync their GPRS-enabled devices with their Exchange servers. It is unclear if the company has to purchase a MMIS or they can just use one hosted by Starhub. But based on the charges (one-time set-up US$5.75, monthly MMIS subscription charge of US$1.15) it looks like StarHub is hosting the MMIS. It could be a good deal depending on the GPRS charges.

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