The Financial Times has launched a new mobile service allowing users access to FT content via mobile telephones and PDAs.
The FT Mobile News reader is a free application giving users access to FT news, comment and analysis, stock prices, a 30-day search function and premium content for subscribers.
Regular users will benefit the “personalisation technology” with content delivered to the “My FT” section based on their reading habits.
The FT Mobile News Reader is available globally and compatible with most new phones, including Nokia, Sony Ericsson and BlackBerry.
Ien Cheng, publisher and managing editor for FT.com, said: “The new FT Mobile News Reader is a further step forward for the FT in giving our readers, who are constantly on the go, access to our news, comment and analysis whenever and wherever they want, whether by mobile phone, BlackBerry, or PDA.”