Momail’s mobile email now available in Poland

Momail’s mobile email now available in Poland

Increasingly popular in the UK and Sweden, Momail continues to expand internationally with a localized offering in Poland. Mobile people need communication solutions which enable them to stay in touch wherever they are. Momail now speaks their language whether at home or abroad.

Stockholm, Sweden – Momail’s leading mobile email service is now available in local language in Poland ( In less than two minutes, customers can set up a Momail account via their mobile or pc to have a mobile email solution on their handsets which is as easy as SMS to use.

Poland is a country where the mobile penetration is three times higher than having a pc. With Momail almost everyone in Poland can now use email despite having limited access to a pc. And in the UK alone, there are over 1 million Polish people who can now use Momail’s mobile email offering as their main communication tool, and in their native language, anywhere they are as long as the mobile device has data access. Using Momail this way is the fastest, smartest and most cost-effective way to communicate if you don’t have a pc – especially when compared to the cost of international SMS.

”After Sweden and the UK we are excited to offer a localized version of Momail to users in Poland. Our unique technology optimizes every message and attachment, without destroying the original, while minimizing the amount of data and thus the cost of mobile data by up to 99,9 percent. A full webmail and highly effective spam and virus protection are also included. The World’s Smallest Mobile Email continues to expand internationally, while maintaining the local flavor in each new market”, said Roger Grönberg, CEO of Momail.

Momail does not require special clients or software in the mobile, thus minimizing download and installation problems. Being the market leader in devices supported, Momail currently works on more than 1000 different models.

Availability and price
Momail is free of charge and works on all mobiles with built-in email support. The service is available in the UK, in all Nordic countries and in Poland. Many more countries will be added this year, beginning with Germany. For an updated country list visit