Fools rush in to AvantGo mobile Internet service

Fools rush in to AvantGo mobile Internet service

Mobile Internet company AvantGo is to deliver Motley Fool UK's Web content to handheld devices. Under the agreement, Motely Fool's eclectic mix of stock market information and investment resources will be made available to multiple mobile devices, such as Palm OS platform and Windows-Powered Pocket PC handheld computers, as well as WAP-enabled phones.

Motley Fool UK is the first overseas arm of the successful US venture which currently attracts over 2.1 million visitors a month. As well as the latest stock market news , Motley Fool UK provides information and advice on subjects like how to get out of debt, and how to invest in the markets when you don't have any money.

David Berger, Motley Fool UK's chief fool comments: "By extending our content to mobile devices, we are extending our service to allow users to access key investment information from anywhere at anytime."

Users of the free AvantGo mobile Internet service can access up-to-date information on any subject, including news, sports, weather, technology, entertainment, holiday and flight bookings.

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