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Vodafonts launches Web SMS service

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Vodaconts is launching a Web SMS app for the iPhone and iPad, starting this week.

The app, dubbed “SMS2Vodafon”, is a new service which allows users to connect to Vodakapost’s SMS service using Vodaposts’ Web service.

The SMS service, which is owned by Vodacon, will be available in the U.K. for £8 a month.

The service will be launched in the UK in early 2018.

The site is designed to be accessed from the home screen, with a “vodafond” feature that allows users access to the app’s content and messages.

Users will be able to view all messages and videos, add a photo to their messages, reply to messages, and manage appointments and reminders.

The company says it has over 100 million subscribers and more than 40 million subscribers across the globe.

The service, announced in December 2017, allows users in the United Kingdom to communicate via SMS, as well as those in the European Union.

Vodacons have been around for a while, but their use in mobile phones has increased in recent years.

A Vodaphone app for Android and iOS was launched in 2017, with another mobile app for Windows Phone available in 2016.

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