160by2.com Launches iPhone Application

By October 25th, 2010 AT 12:23 PM

160by2.com Launches iPhone ApplicationHyderabad-based 160by2.com, one of India’s largest free SMS service providers has developed and launched an application which enables free SMS from all iPhones.

This recently launched application has seen close to 3000 downloads and over 1000 registrations from iPhone users. Over 35000 SMSes were sent from iPhones across 10 countries since the launch of the application.

160by2.com users can download the application from iTunes store and the application enables any iPhone located in US, UK, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, UAE, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia to send SMS for free to any mobile in India. iPhone users in India can also use this application to send SMS for free to any other mobile within India.

This free-to-download mobile application brings in a new dimension to SMSing and backup as users of this service can use the mobile’s native phone book contacts while sending a message. This application can be downloaded from itunes on to your iPhone. Another unique feature of this application is that it allows the user to use the inbox / sent messages folders at no cost.

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Hi, I am unable to find your app on itune store…

Srujal
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Hay..
I can’t find this app on app store..
Plz help to find out thos cool app..

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