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With the popularity of Web2.0, web has become to be a application programming platform where third parties can create new applications (mash-ups) mixing the functionality offered by others. This trend has extended to the domain of mobile networks. Combining mashup and mobile networks would make the mashup more powerful and provide additional user value. This paper explores how to realize operational carrier-class mobile mashup services. A platform architecture designed by SOA principles with four layers is proposed. And a case study is detailed discussed to illustrate how the platform facilitates mobile mashup services operation. Finally, a SLA-driven service management framework used in the platform is presented to enhance the reliability, flexibility, and dynamic adaptability of the business application.