AAJ TAK PARTNERS WITH RELIANCE MOBILE

By June 16th, 2009 AT 5:55 PM

reliance-mobileReliance mobile today announced that it has partnered with AAJ TAK to provide MMS based News subscription service to its subscribers. According to this tie-up, a Reliance user will be able to access news related to National, International, Business, Sports, Entertainment happenings on their handset. The news alerts will be in video format sent to the subscriber as MMS clips. Reliance Mobile will send these MMS alerts twice every day.
The subscription service will be based on 30 days service module Customers wishing to avail the service can subscribe to it for Rs 30month.

Reliance Mobile is offering this service to both its prepaid as well as post-paid customers across both CDMA and GSM networks. Commenting on the new service, Mr Krishna Durba, Head – VAS, Reliance Communications said, “We have seen large demand for news on the move. Subscribers want to be alerted on the breaking news. This service will ensure excellent news coverage with multimedia pictures & video clips. ”

Post-paid Users, the subscription charges will be added to mobile user’s monthly bills. For Prepaid Users, the subscription charges will be deducted immediately. Reliance customers can subscribe to this service by sending a SMS “MSub N” to 52424.

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@ biswas i am on your stand i’ve also tried many cdma handsets having mms feature but never found it working

so just having good handset is not the solution and forget mms if u have any open market cdma handset
but reliance will sell her antique junk old and costly mobiles by making it free

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@ biswas i am on your stand i’ve also tried many cdma handsets having mms feature but never found it working

so just having good handset is not the solution and forget mms if u have any open market cdma handset

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