Digital Bridges make it a Season to be JollyDunfermline, Scotland November 2000. Digital Bridges, the jolliest mobile entertainment company in the world, today announced a Christmas gift to gladden the hearts of even the most cynical, bitter old scrooge; the Digital Bridges Advent Calendar.
The calendar is available through all of Digital Bridges current operators every day between December 1st and Christmas day. Each and every day, users can open the doors to a magical scene of seasonal enchantment.
Unlike the more traditional Christmas advent calendar, chocolates are not included, however research is continuing to discover whether the introduction of UMTS and 3G phones will make this a possibility.
As a consolation for the lack of sweet, sweet chocolate, Wirelessgames, the publisher of the worlds first wireless advent calendar, will be running a free prize draw allowing users to win prizes, each and every day. One lucky user will be selected at random and, instead of an adorable Xmas scene, will find a special icon behind the doors, entitling them to claim a fantastic prize from Wirelessgames.
Kevin Bradshaw, founder and CEO of Digital Bridges and Santas official wireless Elf, said, 2000 has been a great year for Digital Bridges. Weve launched the entire concept of wireless games and it has been a fantastic success. Were working with a number of very talented and clever organisations, which had the vision and faith to believe in what we do. The Digital Bridges Advent Calendar is our way of saying thank you to everybody who has helped us to achieve so much this year.
The Digital Bridges Advent Calendar is available on the Wirelessgames website:
Digital Bridges was created in 1998; its goal is to be the world leader in the creation and delivery of entertainment services for mobile devices on the wireless Internet. The company brings three major assets to the new medium of wireless communications: delivery technology; distribution and publishing capabilities and content design experience. Digital Bridges potential and vision was recognised recently when the company won the Start Up Of The Year award at the first National Business Awards Of Scotland ceremony. Since its launch in the second quarter of 2000, Wirelessgames has been a runaway success. The channel is currently carried live on eleven mobile operators around the world, with more than double that number expected to come on-line by the end of 2000. The company recently announced that Wirelessgames.com has broken the 325,000 games played barrier in only four months.
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