Trading Post goes mobile

Get SMS alerts about items
  • (Techworld Australia)
  • — 10 December, 2008 11:21

Aussie classifieds icon the Trading Post has announced its entrance into the mobile market with Trading Post Mobile.

The Trading Post Mobile site at m.tradingpost.com.au allows people to check prices, bid for and buy items with any browser-enabled mobile device.

Trading Post group marketing manager Kellie Cordner said the new mobile capability offers real-time access to Trading Post inventory, including classifieds and auction ad listings.

Trading Post claims more than 85,000 items are listed each week.

The Telstra-owned Trading Post Mobile is free for all Telstra Next G mobile customers via the BigPond portal and free SMS alerts for buyers and sellers informing them when an auction is ending is also a feature.

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Rodney Gedda

Techworld Australia
Topics: mobile applications, tradingpost, mobile advertising, Telstra
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