Uninor Offers RED FM Channels Across India on Mobile

Uninor Offers RED FM Channels Across India on MobileUninor today announced a first of its kind tie up with RED FM powered by Hungama Mobile, to bring the radio experience in various languages for its customers.

The tie-up will enable Uninor customers to enjoy a wholesome music experience in their preferred language from their hometown radio station, now easily accessible on mobile handsets.

Customers can avail this Value Added Service by simply dialing toll free number 55935 from their Uninor number.The customers can access 8 RED FM stations from across the country for a maximum charge of Rs 10 for a week with usage upto 100 minutes.

Customers will enjoy nonstop music without any advertisement breaks. The service would be easily available at different pocket friendly subscription charges from Rs 10 to Re.1 bundled with free minutes of music streaming.

The current service would enable Uninor customers to listen the streams through the RED FM stations of Delhi, Pune, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Kolkata, Jamshedpur Chennai and Bangalore.

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January 29, 2012 6:57 pm 6:57 PM

hey uninor can u listen me?????? first improve your network,, after that serve FM …. who is invented this stupid plan……. lol

January 29, 2012 10:28 am 10:28 AM
Lohit : SD : Whose brainchild is this stupidest dumbest ever service? I mean, what the heck yaar? Now-a-days even the simplest basicest chinese costing 500 INR has at least fm/wireless fm/fm recording! Do these companies think we Indians are the dumbest foolest people on earth? Who will spend hard-earned money to listen to fm????? You know what, I can’t control anymore. I have to use bengali…ebar banglay boltei hobe. Ore pagol company, Red fm er sathe tie-up korte giye joto taka nosto korli, sei takay to ponchas ta tower korte partis! Red fm er sathe tie-up na kore to… Read more »
January 29, 2012 10:19 am 10:19 AM


ashokumar :
it is funny that nobody is talking about the quality of the service, the clarity of the music cannot be compared with that of FM, even hearing a caller tune is terrible on gsm networks, then think about listening the whole song.

true.. The quality will be worst.. Better to listen internet radio..g