November 22, 2011 10:00 ET

U.S.-Based Globaltel Media Expands Into Mexico With

SMS Technology Site Brings Its Services to Countries Across the Globe

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 22, 2011) - United States-based Globaltel Media is expanding its Mexico service with the launch of a localized version of its popular service in Spanish. The site,, is now available allowing native Spanish speakers to have two-way text chats to any Web-enabled computer. The service is free of charge for the computer user.

According to Corlea Research Group, more than 90 million people in Mexico own mobile phones with access to text messaging and spend on average 28 hours online a week. Because instant messaging is one of the top communication methods in Mexico, the country has the potential to be one of most frequent users of Cherple, improving its international communication.

According to Globaltel Media President and CEO Robert Sanchez, the company's expansion into Mexico in August 2011 has created the need for in-country partners to support and expand its operations and reseller base.

"Our successful expansion in Mexico will come from the relationships we secure with telecom partners, operations providers, technology resellers and advertisers," Sanchez said. "With SMS traffic through the Spanish site expected to top ten million SMS messages per month, our partners will be critical to the initial performance and plans for expansion." is a text messaging Website that links Web-enabled computers and tablets with any U.S. mobile phone for patent-protected, two-way text communication. By using the most basic forms of wireless communication, the Internet and makes international wireless communication more readily available to a larger number of Internet-connected people. The easy-to-use platform does not require downloads or registration and is accessible from any Internet-connected device.

In addition to the localized Mexico site launched recently, localized Cherple sites are available in the Philippines, Brazil and India. Expansion into Korea, Taiwan and Vietnam is expected in early 2012.

For more information on Cherple, visit

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