Reliance Communications Introduces ‘Socially’ On Rworld

By March 9th, 2010 AT 12:03 PM

Reliance Communications Introduces ‘Socially’ On RworldReliance Communications, India’s largest and only nationwide operator offering both GSM and CDMA mobile services, today announced the launch of new VAS application – Socially.

Socially is downloadable from RWorld and users can subscribe to the service at Rs. 10 / 30 days without having to pay any additional browsing charges.

The new application is designed to enable users to follow the recent activity of friends and to update their status on different social network like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn through a single client.Mr. Krishna Durbha, Head – VAS, Reliance Communications, said, “An address book is at the core of mobile usage. In it a user stores all the critical people he or she networks with, of which one application is making voice calls &SMS. Now with this service, Reliance Communications has empowered its consumers and made the phone address book far more powerful & linked it to social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn. In future, the use will also be extended to video calls & other cool enablers for a person’s social network.”

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how do i deactivate this


this program is freely downloadable from nokia ovi store

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