RELIANCE COMMUNICATION ROLLS OUT NATIONWIDE MOBILE CONFERENCING SERVICE

RELIANCE-COMMUNICATION-ROLLS-OUT-NATIONWIDE-MOBILE-CONFERENCING-SERVICE Reliance Communication today announced the nationwide commercial roll out of Mobile Conferencing Service on both CDMA and GSM networks for this RCOM has partnered with Kodiak networks.

The mobile conferencing service will enable RCOM customers to establish a conference call among a group of 9 contacts from the phone address book with a single click. While conferencing is an old established product, this service does not need manual intervention for the conference to be set up.

The company plans to offer this service for Rs 99/month.

The service will be accessible through R-World and supported by all handset clients including Blackberry, BREW, Java, Symbian and Windows Mobile Operating System with over-the-air download ability.

Mr Krishna Durbha, Head VAS, Reliance Communications quoted Our Mobile Conferencing service is a cost-effective, efficient and convenient solution that will prove to be a definite enabler for enhanced productivity to enterprises customers. Availability of Mobile Scheduled Conferencing for prepaid segment will lead to new revenue upsides for Reliance Communication.

The Mobile Instant Conferencing service will provide immediate dial out mobile conferencing, including one-touch mobile call origination from the handset contact list. Business colleagues, consumers and social networking groups can instantly join a conference call from any combination of wireless, or wireline phones, local or long distance.

The Mobile Scheduled Conferencing will allow users to schedule conference calls directly from their mobile handset. Convenient auto-SMS reminders are sent to attendees at the conference start time. Participants can join or rejoin the conference with a single click and are instantly auto-authenticated without personal identification numbers (PIN). All participants can see who is on the conference call.

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JAYNISH SHAH
January 25, 2010 8:52 pm 8:52 PM

WORST SERVICE PROVIDER .
JUST KNOW NOW TO CHARGE THE CUSTOMERS .
DNT KNOW HOW TO SOLVE CUSTOMER PROBLEMS AND FULFILL THE COMITMENTS GIVEN .

proximus
October 12, 2009 11:26 pm 11:26 PM

Nakul,now Tata Docomo is the best,Airtel is also good but their tariff plan is not that good

Nakul Deshpande
August 15, 2009 10:26 am 10:26 AM
If we are talking about network/coverage related issues, then it is purely a user’s choice to pick up an operator service which has good network in user’s locality. Each telecom operators cant have their BTS deployed in everywhere. That requires a very huge investment that no operator can think about. My Personal Opinion, I’ve tried almost all the networks (airtel/idea/vodafone/bsnl/reliance cdma/reliance gsm/tata cdma) in India except for loop, docomo and Spice.. Here’s the list of good services from different telecom circles. wait a sec.. this is purely based on my usage (from my locality .. so this can again differ)… Read more »
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