T-Mobile users can now send photos directly from their mobile handsets to the photo and video sharing site Photobucket on the Internet. The Photobucket Mobile Uploader for T-Mobile can also send directly to a PC hard drive or an email address.
To use the application, T-Mobile subscribers can download the application for a free 21-day trial to select handsets, including Blackberry Curve, Blackberry Pearl and three Windows Mobile devices. T-Mobile subscribers that do not currently have a Photobucket account can create one for free at http://photobucket.com, and then link their T-Mobile phone to their Photobucket online photo album via the new service.
â€œT-Mobile is pleased to be working with Photobucket to expand the offerings that help our customers stick together,â€ said Venetia Espinoza, Director, Mobile Applications and Partner Programs, T-Mobile.
The Photobucket Mobile Uploader for T-Mobile is available initially on five select handsets in both free and premium versions. Following the 21-day trial, users can continue using the free version or purchase the full software for a special purchase price of $20.