The US company known as Mazingo (Please note: not the UK company by the same name, so below), which offered magazine and broadcasters multimedia content to owners of Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) has closed. The one year-old, San Francisco company’s Web site simply states that “Regrettably, the service can no longer be offered due to the cost of content versus the revenue derived.” Mazingo had been trying to market to its users video content from Fox and NBC, radio reports from The Wall Street Journal radio reports, and text reports from the Weather Channel and USA Today. Prices for that content varied from free to US$14 a month. Mazingo had 50,000 free users, but converted only some 500 users into paying subscribers. Again, The One Percent Rule.
To the Editor-In-Chief
I would be grateful if you could make it clear to your readers that Mazingo Network Inc and Mazingo Limited are completely independent companies operating in different sectors of the market, although both companies transmit rich media content to users.
Mazingo Network specialised in delivering information by the sync’n’go method to PDAs whereas Mazingo Limited, a UK Company, delivers rich media content directly over-the-air (OTA) to Cell Phone users. Please visit: www.mazingo.2sms.com and www.fonecube.com .
I appreciate your assistance.
With best regards
CEO – Mazingo Limited www.fonecube.com
Chairman – Infocube.net www.infocube.net/screenshots
Chairman – SUMMIT^ www.ulucube.com
Mazingo is also Associated with : www.ulushop.com and www.underu.com