Cool Ghouls and Ghastly Ghosts: Spook Up Your Mobile Phone This Halloween

From: Stampster
Published: Mon Oct 17 2005

Manchester, 17 October, 2005 – Scare your friends silly this Halloween! Send them a personalised image of you or a mate as a gruesome ghoul, framed in flames and dripping with blood, thanks to unique mobile phone greetings cards from Stampster – a new, no-subscription picture customising website.

Simply by uploading a digital photo to and adding a number of horrible Halloween custom picture frames, mobile phone users can create a customised picture of themselves or their friends as a fearsome werewolf or blood-sucking vampire, which they can then send to a friend as a Halloween greeting, or keep as their own personalised mobile wallpaper.

Stampster co-founder Dominic Conlon said: "Stampster gives people a fun and innovative way of celebrating Halloween, making someone smile and keeping in touch with friends. With Stampster, the personalised nature of the greetings card meets the speed and convenience of a text message or e-card.

"Users want originality – with Stampster you can spook out your friends this Halloween…send them a fun photo of you or a mate as a wand-wielding warlock or devil, framed in fiery flames."

Note to editors
Stampster offers users over 100 different fun frames with which to customise their photos and new frames are being added all the time. From Stampster’s easy-to-use interface, anyone can overlay a range of frames and text on their photos for every occasion. They can then ‘stamp fun on a phone’ by sending the photos as a mobile greetings card to family or friends for just £1.50 per image, which is charged to the sender’s mobile phone bill.

The Stampster service has no ongoing subscription costs whatsoever, unlike many other mobile content services which have come under fire from both the public and telecoms watchdog ICSTIS for their complicated and expensive subscription-based charging structures.

Users can also show off Stamped images free on their personal weblogs or store created images in a free online Stampster album.

Users can explore the site’s functions for free at The service is entirely web-based, with no need to download software to a PC.

Company: Stampster
Contact Name: Luke Ford
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Contact Phone: 01625 511966

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