GetJar And Rcom Come Together To Create India’s largest Mobile Apps Store

By April 27th, 2010 AT 12:43 PM

GetJar And Rcom Come Together To Create India's largest Mobile Apps StoreReliance Communications  today announced that it has partnered with GetJar which will now offer 65,000 free mobile applications for its GSM and CDMA subscribers.

RCOM will offer the service at 50 paise per MB of usage the application download and use by itself will be free of cost.

GetJar will also enable RCOM to offer its Apps Store to a large bandwidth of mobile handsets across multiple brands and not remain restricted to a few high-end smartphones.

Reliance Communications customers will have access to thousands of applications ranging from games, social networking, sports, entertainment and productivity applications. Popular apps such as Facebook Mobile, Yahoo!, Fandango and eBuddy can be easily downloaded to over 2300 handsets across all major platforms.

“We wanted to partner with the largest, most experienced, “open” application catalog provider to address virtually any device being used by our customers,” said Mr. Anil Pande, Head – VAS, Reliance Communications, “Our partnership with GetJar means that all Reliance Communications customers will instantly have access to thousands of applications ranging from games, shopping and lifestyle applications to sports, entertainment and productivity applications.”

Following the alliance with GetJar, Reliance Communications joins a list of leading global companies using GetJar’s flexible, open app store approach including Sprint, Sony Ericsson, 3UK, The Carphone Warehouse and Virgin Mobile France.

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Ramesh
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When we can start using this facility….currenlt iam not able find getjar application store

Rahul
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Whats there to congrats rel?

Any way most of the apps and games are FREE here

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