Reliance Mobile Introduces Star Talk Celebrity Chat Service

By March 26th, 2011 AT 4:26 PM

Reliance Mobile Introduces Star Talk Celebrity Chat ServiceReliance Communications today announced the launch of Star Talk a unique mobile voice platform service to reach out to your favourite celebs.

Star Talk gives an opportunity for the die-hard fans to get close and personal touch with their favourite Stars. The service will allow a select group of callers at a time to connect with the celebrity for a live conversation.

Every caller will be prompted in advance and given equal time to interact with their favorite star through the IVR. The celebrity will have an option of managing the call by extending the time or move to next customer.

To activate your Reliance Star Talk service, customers have to call 53031. Charges will be Rs 10 month for 20 mins. Star Talk Live Pack is available at a subscription of Rs 30 celebrity and 10p browsing. The customer will be connected to celebrity on the first come first serve basis

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Why Reliance always focus only on VAS service.?
Because it generate more revenue for them.?
But what is the benefit of giving these VAS services if everyone is having complaints against your network, balance deduction etc. and most of problems are not being rectified by Reliance people.
Because of this Reliance is losing their customer day by day.


not a very useful offer

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