Vodafone Launches Ask a Doctor Service

By June 16th, 2012 AT 11:58 AM

Vodafone Launches Ask a Doctor ServiceVodafone India today announced the launch of 1st ever Wap health portal “Ask a doctor” a unique health portal for its customers. With the current service health and care service launched its becomes the simplest mode to ask any query on health.

This service is priced at Rs 5/day and allows customers to ask unlimited queries or questions from qualified experts. Answers to the queries or questions will be provided within 24 hours.

Few features of the health portal ,Any questions asked by the customers will be archived in the “My questions” section for any future reference. Also customers can browse through the questions asked by the users. Customers can know about the questions asked by the others users also.

Customers can know various myths & facts related with a disease.Interesting medical cases in the Very short story format. Basics health tips will also be updated to handle some common challenges.How to activate sms HC5 from your Vodafone number and send it to 111 / 144. Charged at rs 5/day with unlimited queries. To cancel CAN<>HC5 to 111/144.

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Avadhesh Gautam
Avadhesh Gautam

Friends,
This service will charge Rs 5 per day, and in a month we need to pay RS 150.
So if you ask only 2 question in one month , but still need to pay Rs 150.
Kindly make clear.

Inayeth
Inayeth

Ok guys Im new to vodafone and Im in a bit of a fix over here. I want to subscribe but dont know what 111/144 is. I tried to send a message to the address but it just says “invalid address”. Help will be appreciated. Thank you.

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