SendMe Mobile Announces Partnership With Univision Movil

Under the terms of the deal, Univision Movil will offer SendMe's portfolio of mobile entertainment products. Univision Movil's audience will gain access to SendMe's expansive catalog of exciting content, including ringtones and wallpapers from major and indie record labels. In addition, Univision Movil and SendMe will introduce opportunities for consumers to win unique prizes on SoLow.com. Univision will promote the products and campaign across its digital media properties.

"As a result of this partnership, we will launch innovative promotions and games designed uniquely for our audience."said Kevin Conroy, president, Univision Interactive Media.

"We are thrilled of the partnership with Univision Movil and know that through this partnership we will deliver a valuable and innovative entertainment experience." said Russell Klein, CEO, SendMe.

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