Reliance Mobile Launches Push Mail service for GSM and CDMA

By February 3rd, 2010 AT 4:41 PM

India’s fastest growing dual technology mobile service operator Reliance Communications (RCOM) today announced the launch of “Blackberry-Like” push Email Services directly to the mobile phone in association with Canadian firm Iseemedia Inc a leading Push Mail client provider.

Reliance Mobile’s ground-breaking SMS-based Push email service now available to Reliance GSM and CDMA subscribers across India at the fixed monthly service charges of Rs.30 and a usage tariff of 0.50 paise per SMS sent by subscribers.

This Iseemedia’s Push Mail Solution which is known as “iSeeMail” will enable every mobile handset (including base level or entry handsets) to act as a smart phone enabling the user to check, download and retrieve email messages. The iSeeMail solution is architected to utilize any available interface for providing full access to emails. This unique multi-modal approach offers subscribers to access emails using multiple interfaces such as SMS, MMS, WAP/XHTML and OMA-EMN. The iseemail platform supports virtually all email systems through standard POP3, IMAP4, EAS and WebDAV protocols. It therefore provides accesses to enterprise and consumer emails from Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, AOL, Hotmail and others. Being client-less with all the features, the iSeeMail solution makes almost any device behave like a smart phone.

Krishna Durbha, Head – VAS, Reliance Communications said, “iseemedia provides the ideal platform to deliver our next generation service to drive more email usage among our existing subscribers.” We believe our push email service can deliver substantial revenue upside over the years to RCOM.”

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Hi! I’m a reliance user since dec 2010. I’ve a push mail featured phone(sony ericson). But push mail ever informed me that push mail is not supported by server. I also contact to customer care. But I didn’t found solution. So i’m very disappointed.pls help me to use my phone’s features completely. Thanks


Even I amfacing the same issue instead of several complaints no action has been taken
Also people complaint that they are not able to call even when I am getting network on phone

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