Education via Mobiles
Today, people- students in particular- are searching for faster ways to access information especially when it comes to education. This is why the World Wide Web plays an important role as a source of facts for those who need it.
With just one click then out comes what you need in just a matter of seconds. The only problem is, not everybody has the capability to access it. Maybe this is because of the fact that not everybody has computers or not everybody can afford internet access on their mobile phones.
Since this is a necessity, it cannot be ignored and it needs to be improved. There has got to be something that can help these people access information in an affordable and accessible way. Affordable in a sense that, the internet resource is free and accessible by the use of mobile phones as it is the handiest electronic gadget for this kind of need.
So why not make a mobile phone that can give its owners the access to these free informative sites? This can be made possible when a company such as Phones International by Peter Jones. He is a known businessman in the UK that interests in telecommunications, television, media, leisure and property.
The company is capable of supplying very simple yet useful mobile phones that act as the lead generators. Each unit would have a unique password giving the owner access to a free internet resource. Giving them the benefit of browsing whenever and wherever they are.
Not only will the user have the advantage because the operators will be able to earn from this too. Education via mobile phones will enable them to start a business at no cost and build a multimedia personal profile to enhance their job prospects. Just imagine the numerous ways for advertising now that the convenience has become broader.
The resource for this plan will be testmyidea.com which will supply free web space and free internet marketing education. For the sites revenues, this will come from the backend products from the list built from the phone owners and the visitors who will opt TMI newsletters.
With a mobile phone that offers this kind of service, who would’ve think twice on getting one?