TelecomTalk Now Goes Mobile Friendly

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We are excited to announce the launch of Telecomtalk's brand new mobile site. From today, Telecomtalk is exclusively optimized for mobile phones and is now available at .

Based on the user behavior of TelecomTalk readers and also considering the requests for data optimized mobile site, it was hightime that we had to roll out Telecomtalk's mobile website. We believe this could please our readers who use mobile as primary platform to access the news.

Last year, we had rolled out the mobile app which was freely available for download at Ovi Store. Though the response was good, it was constrained to Nokia phones and users were unable to comment directly from the app.

As we all know, TelecomTalk is the most interactive telecom blog known for the debates and discussions on every telecom news, plans, gadgets reviews. Almost every news is debated with high spirits.

The All-important Comments Section has now been exclusively made fit into our brand new mobile site. So, you can keep the discussions every time ON, even on your favorite cellphone.

To list few features of mobile version of  Telecomtalk:

  • Fast and Responsive.
  • Supports over 5000 handsets.
  • Comments Support.
  • Data-Optimized ( Do not worry much about the data charges, data exchange rate is minimal.)
  • Twitter integration.
  • Ability to Adjust Font Size.
  • Automatic redirection from to
  • Page optimized specific to your mobile screen size.

We hope you would like the mobile version of Telecomtalk.  In order to access our mobile site visit from your handset. ( Of course, we redirect to mobile version if if accessed from mobile).   We would love to hear  feedback from you on telecomtalk going mobile friendly. ( That really matters for us to improve the user experience in future and to serve you better!).

Not to forget, the Big Brain behind this project is MobStac.The support which we received from MobStac was outstanding. Right from the day 1 we signed up with them, they played a vital role in understanding our specific requirements (especially integrating comments).We are very much thankful to Ravi Pratap and Ravish who worked round the clock to get this project done successfully and delivered it on time.

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