Weathernews (www.weathernews.com), the world's most experienced and trusted provider of mobile weather content with over 1.5 million paying mobile subscribers worldwide, is pleased to announce that the Weathernews mobile application is now available to Cricket customers. Cricket users can now gain access to current weather conditions, 7-day forecasts and global weather environments through the Weathernews mobile application. Cricket subscribers can easily download the Weathernews application to receive up-to-the-minute weather information, which is delivered to a mobile handset. Interested Cricket customers should sign up for the Weathernews graphical application by visiting Cricket Clicks. Thirty days use of the application is pre-billed in advance to Cricket users and deducted from their prepaid account.
"The Weathernews application is a wonderful value-added service for Cricket users," said Daniel Scalisi, VP of Media Services for WNI. "Weathernews has always prided itself on delivering current and relevant weather information to our customers. Consumers can access that valuable information as they travel around, stay at home or go global. The partnership is a great way for Cricket to offer its users an affordable on-the-go way to access weather."
Weathernews Americas Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Weathernews, Inc. Based in Japan, Weathernews, Inc. is the world's largest, publicly-traded, full-service weather company (TOKYO:4825). A global organization with 37 offices in 14 countries, Weathernews delivers customized, risk communication services to businesses and engaging content to individuals whose lives or livelihoods are affected by the weather. Weathernews serves over 12,000 business customers and 1.5 million wireless subscribers worldwide, in agriculture, aviation, energy, marine, media, offshore oil and retail. For more information, go to www.weathernews.com; for more information about Weathernews' mobile services, go to www.weathernow.com. WNI LiveLocal is a registered trademark of Weathernews Americas Inc.