BSNL Launches Bharat Berry Push Mail and PIM Sync Service

By November 14th, 2011 AT 3:40 PM

Pan India 3G mobile service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today launched new real time Push Mail & PIM Sync services for its mobile (2G and 3G) subscribers association with Bharat Berry.

The low cost Bharat Berry real time Push Mail Service is similar to the most popular BlackBerry Service. Bharat Berry servers are in India and follows all the regulatory and compliance norms of Indian government to providers secured email services to customers.

Based on push-mail technology, the services is not dependent on mobile handsets and manufacturer, hence it easily works on low-cost handsets same as smartphones.

BharatBerry the subscription based services with includes the push emails and personal information manager (PIM) sync is offered at Rs.50 each on a monthly basis. Also a combo pack which includes the both services is available at Rs.80 per month. Initially, as a promotional offer (till 14 December 2011) the company offers this service FREE for one months, before starting to charge users.

To subscribe the service, BSNL customers have to send an SMS as ‘SUB BB’ to 5112300.

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bharat berry doesn’t support bada OS phones like samsung wave / waveII GT-s8500

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