San Diego-based Intercasting, which operates the Rabble.com mobile social networking web site, said today that it has made its mobile social networking platform available on Sprint phones. The firm's solution, named Anthem, enables wireless carriers to develop their own social networking web sites for their mobile customers. According to Intercasting, the service will be available starting next week for $2.99 per month plus data charges. Intercasting is venture backed by Avalon Ventures, Masthead Venture Partners, and Venrock.
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