Tata Docomo Launches Tutor On Mobile

Tata Docomo Launches Tutor On MobileTata Docomo has launched a very significant Value Added Service called Tutor on Mobile.

This service is India’s first knowledge market place packed with premium educational content, and easy learning mechanisms that enable students to learn on the move.

Tutor On Mobile uses Voicetap’s proprietary oneTAP platform to aggregate and deliver content across various mediums including IVR, IVVR, Web, WAP and SMS.

Voicetap currently has over 60 expert partners, who have signed up for Tutor On Mobile to reach out to new customers.Tutor On Mobile will let users search for various topics on which they want to acquire knowledge.

Customers can subscribe the service by 3 different ways, first by sending a free SMS to ‘TOM’ to 5333300, secondly through SMS link for free and thirdly, through website tom.tatadocomo.com (to be used for only previews and uploading user Videos).First month subscription will be waived off as promotional plan.

Tata Docomo has also launched another innovative service Endless Music, a complete bank of music with various categories and sub categories.

Under this service, customers can enjoy and listen to endless music for the entire day and can also download ringtones of their favorite songs by paying a subscription charge of Rs 2 per day with no extra/hidden cost attached to it.

What’s more! With an additional cost of Rs 1/- per day customers will also get the benefit of downloading unlimited Call Me Tunes (CMTs). This service is available for all the Tata DOCOMO post-paid and pre-paid customers across all the circles.

To avail this service, customers have to dial IVR Short Code 59090 (Toll Free). The service is auto renewable on daily basis.

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December 25, 2012 8:51 am 8:51 AM

Services like TOM are to steal money legally, nothing more.

July 9, 2011 8:16 am 8:16 AM

The procedure is first the government will allot start up spectrum of 4.4mhz to new operator and once the operator reaches certain number of subscriber base the government will allot spectrum again say 1.2mhz or more. Now docomo has reached and infact crossed the limit but government is not alloting because of the on going tussl wrt To pricing of spectrum and delinking spectrum from licence. Once the new telecom policy is framed things will become easy.

July 9, 2011 7:30 am 7:30 AM

If there is no spectrum is left then how Govt. gave licence to new operator. How they will provide effective services.
There operators will face loss.
Am not getting this.