Right now, mjoy has 1500594 users from all parts of the world - 17 new members have joined today. People from 168 countries access mjoy mobile internet and send their free text messages with mjoy.
" The killer feature of mjoy is obviously being able to send texts for free to almost anywhere in the world. mjoy is available in about 180 countries from Afganistan to Zimbabwe including the US, Canada, all of Europe, India, China, Japan, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa and even Cuba. The only country I noticed as missing was North Korea. "
www.wapreview.com, November 26, 2008
" How long has it been since a great new Web 2.0 service was launched - or bought for a crazy amount of money? [...] Anyway, innovation is still happening. [...] Mjoy. Free SMS to any fixed or wireless phone. Ads will appear on the mobile portal, not in any message [...] "
www.seekingalpha.com, Nov. 14, 2008
" Tiene buena pinta esta iniciativa, ya que los creadores de mjoy estan a su vez dedicados al desarrollo de aplicaciones de Internet, asi que seguramente no se queden en los SMS, sino que poco a poco Iran implementando mas utilidades [...], yo por si acaso ya apunte la direccion en el movil para que no se me olvide "
Blogger anotniogas on www.vivalared.com, Nov. 6, 2008
" A German company has recently come up with an idea that is so good that even the harshest critic of mobile advertising will find it hard to argue against. Mjoy.com, a Germany based mobile web portal, offers free SMS (text message) service for its registered users all around the world. [...]Is Mjoy another success story in the making? "
www.cellphone-advertising.com, Nov. 22, 2008
" In focusing on text-messaging, mjoy is targeting a technology that industry insiders say will become a core to advertising within five years. [...], text-messaging has become a mainstream communications among mobile phone users - about 42 percent of consumers use their mobile phones to text as much or more than they do to make calls, one survey finds. "
www.tmcnet.com, November 26. 2008
" Many mobile phone service subscribers get a bundle of text messages with their monthly plans, but international SMS (short message service) is rarely covered in the plans. Mjoy is a new service that relays text messages from any country to any country for free. [...] People who are working on the free text message service mjoy are making a serious effort to troubleshoot problems. "
www.avecmobile.com, November 12, 2008
" Mobile web portal mjoy.com is offering a groundbreaking new service. [...] But, what's the catch? It seems, there is no catch. Free of charge For users, the service is financed by advertising banners [...] "
www.news24.com, November 6, 2008
" El portal de internet para celulares mjoy.com ofrece un nuevo servicio de vanguardia. "
Diario de Yucatán, November 12, 2008
" Tal y como están las cosas ahora, con la crisis, todos sabemos que ahorrar es lo primero. [...] Por ello MacZana? te propone ahorrar enviando SMS gratis [...] Dirígete a www.mjoy.com y dáte de alta, es gratis. "
Maczana.es, December 10, 2008
" [mjoy is] a mobile site which has quickly established itself as one of the leading mobile internet services out there. [...] mjoy could be the latest big success story to come out of the German market. What they are doing is incredibly clever - building traction with the free SMS service and using this to expand into other areas such as content, entertainment and community services. Signing deals with players like Fox shows that mjoy is becoming a major player in mobile services after just 6 months of operations. Keep an eye on these guys they are going to be big... "