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Sembuse: East Africa’s First Mobile Social Network

May 6, 2009

by HASH on April 26, 2009

http://whiteafrican.com

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For 15% of the cost of a normal 160 character SMS message in Kenya you can now send one with 1000 characters in it.Sembuse is a mobile social network. It’s a way for East Africans to connect with each other via short messaging, cheaper than normal SMS messages (much like it’s counterpart Mxit in South Africa). It’s a new release by Symbiotic, a Kenyan firm that specializes in making mobile phone related applications. To get the application on your phone, point your device to to m.sembuse.com (or s.zunguka.com). It’s a free download for anyone with a GPRS or 3G enabled phone, and you can try it out immediately…

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