Reliance Mobile Launches Personalised Call Manager

Reliance Mobile has introduced the call manager service on its GSM network on supporting handsets the Call Manager service will be based on a subscription module users will not be charged downloading the application. Moreover, post the installation of the service, the customers can avail a free 7-day offer. The subscription for the service will be activated post the expiry of this free-trial period. Reliance Mobile will charge Rs 15/month as subscription fee.


This unique service enables Reliance mobile subscribers a wide range of call completion service. Offered through a server-less client protocol, the Call Manager service enables allows customers to respond to incoming calls with pre-recorded voice messages. The Call Manager also features SMS based chatting and voice mail on mobile. It allows one to respond to answer phone calls without any need to talk or type, using an intuitive user interface.

The Voice Message feature enables caller to leave a message once a call is left unanswered. The recorded messages are deposited in the mobile phone’s Inbox folder, and can be played, forwarded, replied to or removed. The Voice Message feature can be activated either manually by selecting it from the ringing menu.

Reliance allows use to customize its greeting message or the duration after which the voicemail automatically answers a call through the application’s settings.

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November 14, 2009 11:51 am 11:51 AM

now a days reliance is coming up with better ideas & plans with good schemes.

Mukesh rajput 9977215556
October 31, 2009 11:41 am 11:41 AM

Respected sir,
I m distributer of ezy point it is a compony who recharge all compnies sim if u provide massage free sim card than i want to bulk deal with u.
thank u.
Mukesh rajput

Saptarshi Roy
October 24, 2009 11:56 pm 11:56 PM

MrMobile :
Why will someone pay for such a symbian application when there are at least 5 of such which are free..!!!
Carriers need to be a bit more innovative on their offerings i guess…The plain vanilla subscriptions might be just a passe!!

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