Vodafone Introduces Mobile Newspaper

By July 4th, 2011 AT 2:27 PM

Vodafone Introduces Mobile NewspaperVodafone today announced the launch of its mobile newspaper ‘Newswrap’ for its customers in Kolkata.

Users subscribing to this service can read the news as an MMS and be updated with the latest happenings around the world.

A customer can subscribe to the daily alert priced at Re 1, weekly alerts at Rs 5 or the monthly alerts at Rs 20.

Vodafone Customers Need to send MN as an SMS to 111 (toll free) to activate the same.

Vodafone Newswrap includes different genres of news which the customers can read from like national, international, business, current affairs, entertainment and sports.

The service is offered on on daily weekly and on monthly basis and can be accessed from Vodafone live.

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