A group of talented folks from Europe have developed an application that allows most low end cell phones to gain unlimited access to emails, instant messages, and other communication protocols with as little as $9.99 a month. They have set out to get into the territory dominated by smartphone providers such as BlackBerry and Palm.
What we know so far is that it will not work with Verizon and Nextel as it has some kind of conflict with the billing system. The application retreives email and other texts but does not support attachments. It will be available for the U.S. by Thanksgiving. Source: Washington Post