Vodafone Renovates Mobile Box Office Services

India’s leading GSM mobile service operator Vodafone Essar has renovates its “Mobile Box Office- Value Added Services” and added the latest addition to its portfolio of innovative entertainment offerings on Mobile Phone.

The Movie-Music and Masti based VAS “Mobile Box Office” enables its postpaid and prepaid subscribers to listen to the storyline, trivia, dialogues & songs of their favorite movies across 6 languages such as Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telegu, Malyalam and Bhojpuri at their convenience.

Vodafone subscribers can choose from a catalogue of over 50 movies across 7 movie industries every week and also they have the options to download a Caller tune and Ringtone and dedicate songs to his/her friend.

To avail the MBO services, Vodafone subscribers can call 56700 (toll free) and request for activation or SMS MBO to 111 or 444. Once activated, subscribers can call 56700 (toll-free) and listen to their chosen movies.

-: Vodafone Mobile Box Office Tariff Plans -:

Pricing Model No. of Movie Capsules Validity Browsing Limit Balance Required
Prepaid Plans
Rs. 30 Subscription 5 30 Days 3 times per movie Equal to or more than Rs. 30
Rs. 20 Subscription 3 20 Days 3 times per movie Equal to 20 or less than Rs. 30
Rs.10 Subscription 1 1 Days 3 times per movie Equal to or more than Rs.  1 or less than Rs. 20
Postpaid Plan
Rs. 30 Subscription 5 30 Days 3 times per movie NA

Vodafone Subscribers can listen to every movie 3 times. Once subscribers exhaust this browsing limit they can get Movie Top Up options wherein subscribers can Top Up of Rs 10 get to browse 1 movie 3 times.

Mr. Rohit Atya, CEO, Vodafone Essar-Mumbai, said, “The key advantage of voice based services is that it can be offered in variety of languages to cater to the diversified Indian population. This is the first time ever that a concept of mobile movie capsule has been introduced to mobile phone users in India.

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  • TURKEE June 2, 2010 11:13 am

    @MaNoJ
    In future the only way for companies to survive tariff war will be Revenue generated from VAS. Telecom operater should bring more VAS products which will not only help customer but Companies to increase revenue as well!!

  • MaNoJ June 2, 2010 10:27 am

    Now a day, call rates are too cheaper, so operators are facing financial problem.
    Now they are planning to implement New VAS services like this.

    :) :)

  • kaushik June 1, 2010 11:17 pm

    @TURKEE
    Chill out
    Ashok comment reg u is deleted now

  • TURKEE June 1, 2010 11:09 pm

    @Amit.G
    I am Chilling yaar!! But/Parantu/Lekin/Kintu Blogging ke bhi Etiquette Hote Hai Yaar!!

  • kaushik June 1, 2010 11:09 pm

    TURKEE :
    @kaushik
    I don’t think so, whatever happens with company doesnot mean they will increase the Call tariff!! Waise yeh fine ki news kaha se mili yaar?? and I doubt this coz due you think company like Vodafone will this kind of mistake??

    source rediff

  • TURKEE June 1, 2010 11:05 pm

    @kaushik
    I don’t think so, whatever happens with company doesnot mean they will increase the Call tariff!! Waise yeh fine ki news kaha se mili yaar?? and I doubt this coz due you think company like Vodafone will this kind of mistake??

  • Amit.G June 1, 2010 11:03 pm

    @TURKEE
    come on buddy just chill :-)

  • kaushik June 1, 2010 10:54 pm

    Vodafone today slaped $2 Bilion fine by Income Tax Dept
    so they will increase the call rate :)

  • TURKEE June 1, 2010 10:27 pm

    FOR ALL!! I belong to one of the Leading Telecom Fraternity which is known to Telecom Talk Officials also. I agree with Fahad and Kaushik, we are here to gain knowlegde and understand telecom in a better way. Telecom Talk has given us a beautiful platform to share things and share them with true self. I love to comment and share my experiences on this platform.

  • TURKEE June 1, 2010 10:23 pm

    @ashok
    Its not becoz I sit at home and watch TT for whole Day Dude, I am a working person and am using today’s technology called GPRS on mobile. Need any more clarification??

  • kaushik June 1, 2010 10:02 pm

    @ashok
    not a sporting comment man
    we are came here to enjoy and some knowledge increase

  • Fahad June 1, 2010 9:24 pm

    Now i thnk we shud by the rights for writng cmnts ovr hea…

  • Fahad June 1, 2010 9:23 pm

    @ashok
    wow man is this the care you are showing or jealousy by seeing the name on top…

    Moral…thnk b4 u ink …

  • Amit.G June 1, 2010 7:43 pm

    @ashok
    Wat an observation buddy>>>>>

  • rajiev June 1, 2010 6:57 pm

    balance required he he he hehe hehe.

  • TURKEE June 1, 2010 4:33 pm

    Again one more innovation from Vodafone…..I think innovation ka kaam sirf Vodafone ka hai!! Good concept to entertain people by voice based service.