T-Mobile UK has added Bebo and Piczo to its My Social Sites service, which lets users access their various social networking accounts from one mobile interface.
My Social Sites, which runs on Intercasting’s ANTHEM platform, already provides integrated access to Xanga, LiveJournal, BlackPlanet, Vox and Rabble.
In addition to providing one-click access and an easy way to upload pictures to any of the supported service, My Social Sites sends a notification to the user whenever anything new is added in their friends networks so they don’t have to worry about checking for updates.
One potential drawback for users is the fee structure. T-Mobile charges My Social Sites users five pence to post a comment, send a message or accept a friend request directly from a phone. Posting a picture costs 20 pence, as does searching for friends, browsing profiles and perusing photos for a 24-hour period.