Rudy De Waele writes:
Here are some essential components of what mobile 2.0 is about:
1) Openness: open standards, open-source development and open access – creating more options for the user, not enclosing them in the walled gardens currently (still) used by operators.
2) The context of accessing the network and associated web services needs to be a positive user experience. For example for mobile search, the context includes: browser type, different device functionalities, security issues, display on a small screen, how to insert ads, etc. Associated with this is the usability experience of the devices, applications and services – and other components. For a more detailed analysis of context and the mobile web, see this article I wrote for gotomobile.
3) Affordable pricing to use the network to access content and services.
4) More user choice in the ways to communicate and share experiences with others (social interaction)