Now Set, Share and Copy Your Favorite Callertunes On Facebook

Vodafone today  announced the launch of “Vodafone Callertune share”, a Callertune social networking application on Facebook.

‘Vodafone Callertune share’ is a first of its kind application through which Vodafone customers can search for, Preview and Set their Callertune on Facebook and post it to their wall to let their friends share the music they love. Vodafone is the first telecom operator to launch this unique product.

Through Vodafone Callertune share, powered by partner Onmobile global Ltd Vodafone’s postpaid and prepaid customers can search for their favourite songs from a bank of 3.5 lakh songs across Bollywood, Regional and International genres and also browse through personalized song recommendations.

They can hear the song and set it as their Callertune which will automatically be shared with their friends on their Facebook wall. Customers can also see what Callertunes their friends have and Copy their favorite ones. They can also recommend Callertunes to friends though this application and allow them to copy the Callertunes by simply clicking the post on the wall.

Using this application comes at no extra costs to the customers and helps them celebrate their interests and love for music with friends on a social platform. To start using this application, customers need to register their Vodafone mobile numbers on the facebook application ‘Vodafone Callertune share’. Only the standard subscription of Callertunes apply.

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September 6, 2012 8:21 am 8:21 AM

voda shud launch how to generate own caller tune as some songs are not their site,,so can any body suggest me how to set that,,n evn some people has shared 9x caller tune,,if this can be possible,,,i thnk i can also submit,,suggestion will be highlh appreciated..

February 22, 2011 12:35 am 12:35 AM

Already launched by Aircel long back by the name of music connect

February 21, 2011 11:33 pm 11:33 PM

Work on your tariffs rather promotion of these bull shit programs.