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“The Android-based Status, first released in Europe under the name ChaCha, was released Sunday in the U.S. and is available for $50 from AT&T with a two-year contract.”
“ChaCha is free for now (text 242242 with your questions), but Mr. Jones hopes he will be able to charge customers between $5 and $10 a month for a large, and perhaps unlimited, number of answers.”
“Of course, since ChaCha is fee-based, would they even be interested in doing this.”
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“Analyst Rob Enderle of the Enderle Group in San Jose said ChaCha is on the right track and thinking outside the box to gain users.”
“I haven’t seen any Taiwanese drama (Nope, I wasn’t part of the “Meteor Garden” hype when it stormed Manila the whole country; I was busy watching Akazukin ChaCha in Cartoon Network, I think) so I can’t really comment much about their pending version.”
“ChaCha is seizing on a trend in Web searches, incorporating human know-how into the process of answering people’s questions.”
“It's called ChaCha, and it powers Android's most popular Siri competitor, Iris.”
“A couple weeks ago, I reviewed the free cellphone service called ChaCha, where you call”
“The name 'ChaCha' probably isn't that funny when you're down at the Shenzhen station house with the rubber hoses.”
“If you prefer to type your question, you can text it to "ChaCha," or 242242.”
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