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Velti, Bowflex partner on m-commerce services

Tuesday 2 October 2012 | 06:40 CET | News
Mobile marketing and advertising provider Velti and home fitness products company Nautilus have launched the TreadClimber HTML5 mCommerce site. Velti leveraged the mGage platform to develop the m-commerce site to activate the mobile audience responding to Nautilus' TV commercials, accessing the Nautilus web site or clicking on mobile media. Customers can now purchase products and accessories on mobile due to the fully integrated service.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Velti
Countries: World
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