Tata Docomo Launches English Seekho VAS Services

By November 29th, 2010 AT 2:49 PM

Enabling and empowering the underprivileged to learn the basic English modules on the mobile, Tata DOCOMO, has announced the launch of VAS application called English Seekho’ which is accessible through an Interactive Voice Portal from Mobile Phone.

This service aims at teaching situational spoken English through a simple interactive voice portal 529221 as Mobile VAS. Subscribers who wish to learn English can simply dial 529221.

Subscription charges for this service is Rs. 10 for 15 days and subsequent browsing charges are 1paise/second. This service is available for both pre-paid and post-paid subscribers.

English Seekho is a simplified and interactive medium through which users can learn conversational English through their Tata DOCOMO mobile phones, under the guidance of English Guru and Maria as teachers. The application guides the user through audio clips that teach spoken English through learning sessions. English Seekho has 5 different levels namely Basic Course, Social Course, Professional Course, Advanced Course & Full Course. In total, there are 44 chapters spread across levels through which the users can learn different levels of English.

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……..Inglish or Hinglish, they, and for that matter many in the fields, have gone bankrupt in VAS ideas !!!!!!!

Truly said. I don,t think any VAS by any operator seems essential or must have. They are charging (nowadays looting by automatic activating them) too much for nothing. Criket updates, News etc. can be received as SMS using Google’s SMS channel then why would anybody pay Rs. 30/month for useless news provided by VAS.

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Really good article and cause of real problem

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