Emoze to launch pro and enterprise push email
The service is pretty cool. But the business model has been a beet baffling, and we've been wondering how emoze planned to make money. It turns out that the company will be launching two subscription services within the next week or so.
The first is a "pro" version which will cost less than $20 a year and allow you set up multiple accounts and receive larger email attachments. The second is an "enterprise" version which is aimed at businesses who can't afford to deploy BlackBerry technology.
We caught up with emoze chairman Naftali Shani last night and asked him about push technology and emoze's long term goals.
The only thing that would make us happier would be to see emoze add support for webmail services beside Gmail.