PixDrop.com Sends 10,000 Free Picture Messages From The Internet

In just over three months since it's launch, PixDrop.com has been used to send more than 10,000 free picture messages to mobile phones in the United States.
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Sept. 24, 2007 - PRLog -- Burlington, VT -- PixDrop.com (http://www.pixdrop.com), a leading web site dedicated to offering free picture messaging, is proud to announce that in just over three months since its official launch its users have sent more than 10,000 free picture messages from its web site to their mobile handsets. PixDrop.com officially launched its service, allowing anyone to send pictures directly from their computers to their mobile phones, on June 11, 2007.

"PixDrop is awesome. I don't know how someone didn't come up with something this simple sooner!", a user wrote in a recent email to company officials. In a recent interview, PixDrop company officials said "We're excited that our service has picked up so much attention so quickly. 10,000 picture messages is a lot of pictures to send in such a short amount of time. We're lucky to have teamed up with some of the sites that we have, which has helped us get some great exposure. We aren't stopping here though. We have a lot more in store for our  users in the future and some more great partnerships lined up."

PixDrop makes it fast and easy to share pictures with mobile phone users. PixDrop's free MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) currently supports Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and AT&T cell phones. PixDrop has been developed to be very user friendly and simple to use, only requiring the recipient's mobile phone number and the picture a user wishes to send. No registration is necessary to send free picture messages with PixDrop. Users can send jpeg, gif, tiff, bmp, and png images up to 2 megabytes through PixDrop.

To learn more or to start sending free picture messages from your computer to your mobile phone visit http://www.pixdrop.com/.

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PixDrop.com is independently owned and operated by a small group of telecommunications enthusiasts on the east coast, who are passionate about creating innovative, yet practical, web based services for the masses.

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