Telegraph to put web on mobile

LONDON - Telegraph Media Group plans to make its entire website, telegraph.co.uk, available on mobile next year.

Telegraph to put web on mobile
Telegraph to put web on mobile

Earlier this year, TMG made certain website content available via so-called smart mobile phones such as Apple's iPhone and Nokia's N96.

The news comes as TMG extends its partnership with moneysuper market.com to provide financial services for the redesigned finance channel on the telegraph.co.uk site.

The partnership with money supermarket.com provides up-to-date information on financial products, plus interactive financial tools on telegraph.co.uk.

Users can search thousands of products using moneysupermarket.com's search technology or click through to banks and service providers.

Brian Harrison, digital director at TMG, spoke of the digital team's focus on integrating interactive tools and services into channels and articles where they are relevant, describing previous projects in news, sport and travel as "highly successful. We want to give users relevant things to do as well as read".

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