Tata Docomo Bloodline Club Goes Global

By March 3rd, 2012 AT 6:12 PM

Tata Docomo Bloodline Club Goes GlobalTata Docomo Bloodline Club will now be available across the global , the idea of people coming together to save lives regardless of religion, nationality or geographical location is the best part about the Bloodline Club.

The Bloodline Club is an online social drive supported by the people, for the people, to help registered members find blood donors according to their specific locality.

What makes it super cool is the manner and precision of its mode of contact. So whenever a registered member is in need of blood, the system specifically searches for donors near his/her location and informs them either using a Facebook update, a tweet, a text message or a combination of all three.

So if you want to be part of Bloodline Club get yourself registered and start saving lives so what are you waiting for visit bloodlineclub.com and get started!

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Manil :
PD pls discuss Bloodline Club…this is a massive social initiative..and what i personally like is that its not restircted to docomo customers or india for that matter…this is a worldwide service..awesome

Agreed to your views in toto. I did deviate from the issue only because how could one feel dejected when all of a sudden find his contact number go out of service soon after it was accepted by a new operator thru MNP !

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PD pls discuss Bloodline Club…this is a massive social initiative..and what i personally like is that its not restircted to docomo customers or india for that matter…this is a worldwide service..awesome

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