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May 17, 2005

Online Eigozuke

Mobile entertainment content provider Dwango has teamed up with Plato, maker of the popular Eigozuke English language learning software, to launch a version for i-mode. The Eigozuke-i application, launched yesterday for ¥315 a month, gives users feedback on their score and mistakes made in online tests, all in a game-like enivironment. It is available on the NTT DoCoMo service and requires a FOMA-enabled phone. First released in September 2002, the No.1 selling Eigozuke software is aimed at those who consider themselves poor at English and teaches basic skills such as dictation and word order and grammar rules.
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