25 Oct '11, 3pm

Voice microblogging service Bubbly to expand in Asia through base in Singapore

SINGAPORE - Fans of Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber looking for more than their 140-character tweets may soon be able to follow and hear their idols chatter over a new online service. Voice microblogging service Bubbly, which allows people to send Twitter-like short sound messages, has grown to reach more than 12 million clients in Asia in just 18 months and plans to take the service global this year. Bubbly, a service of startup Bubble Motion, currently has 75 staff based in Singapore. It sends users a text message with a link to a short audio message from people they are following. The message is played back as a voice call. To enable that, Bubble Motion has struck deals with local mobile phone operators for the service and for sharing revenues. This has created a strong revenue stream for the startup, which is almost profitable, said chief executive Thomas Clayton. "With mob...

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