Uninor Will Now Offer Unlimited IPL Updates

By April 5th, 2012 AT 12:37 PM

Uninor Will Now Offer Unlimited IPL UpdatesUninor’s has come up with a cricket portal for its subscribers which wil now offer IPL updates on mobile.

Uninor has been actively providing this service to all its subscribers since last two years and has added enhanced features this season. A Uninor customer simply needs to dial 522555 (Toll-Free) number and can subscribe to just Rs.3 per match-day or Rs.30 per month pack.

Once subscribed to the service, customers can browse through ‘Cricket Rankings’, ‘Match Schedules’ ,‘Cricket Songs’, ‘Opinion Poll’, ‘Cricket Quiz’ and a whole ocean of cricket trivia.

Uninor’s cricket portal is a voice based application which will enable subscribers to listen to and browse cricket content via the mobile network. At Rs 30, the service is available across all handsets, making it a mobile cricket one stop shop for every cricket lover.

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At first concentrate on your voice services then go for vas offers.

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