Madrid-based Telefonica’s been busy. Today it said it will partner with Yahoo to bring the search engine’s OneSearch, which was launched earlier this year to its users in Ireland, Latin America, and the U.K. Those users will also have access to news, financial information, weather conditions, Flickr photos, Web images, and Web and mobile Web sites. They’ll also have access to Yahoo Mail.
Just last week Telefonica and JumpTap announced a deal to enable JumpTap’s search capabilities for music, images, and games channels. This service is available to users in Spain, the mobile phone company’s home country. JumpTap said it makes Telefonica the first operator in Spain to bring a complete search and advertising solution to the mobile screen.
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