BSNL Launches Mobile App Store

By September 22nd, 2011 AT 6:33 PM

India’s National Telecom Backbone and Pan India 3G Mobile Service operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) today officially announced the launch of mobile applications store – BSNL Apps Store.

Now, BSNL mobile (2G and 3G) customers in all telecom circle across India can transform their basic phone into a Smart Phone by accessing over 4500 Apps across 25 categories for their business, games, books, social networking and other needs. Offering an easy single click purchase – with no credit card required – the cost is automatically added to the customer’s mobile bill or deducted from the available talk-time.

Some applications are available for Free and would display only a “Download” option with Zero price point and Premium apps starting as low as just Rs. 8, BSNL Apps Store will offer local and regional Apps for customers across the length and breadth of the country.

BSNL Apps Store has over 4500 apps available for download across 550+ devices categorized under 25 customer categories – both free and paid applications. Customers can choose from India Specific Apps – religion and devotional Apps such as Ayyappa the God to Bhakti ki Shakti where our customers can express their devotion to Maa Durga to Qibla which allows our customers to calculate the direction from anywhere on the globe to the holy city of Mecca.

Old local favorites such as Mobile Cricket and Gilli Danda a comeback in a Mobile Avatar along with other Games and Apps around popular festivals such as Raksha Bandhan, Holi, Diwali, Onam, Dussera etc.

To experience the BSNL App Store, BSNL mobile customers can visit BSNL Live WAP Portal (GPRS/3G Mobile Home Page) on their mobile phone and browse into App Store.

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